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Saturday, September 30, 2006

Autechre - Anti

Autechre was one of the main bands to create electronic music in the early 90's that wasn't easily accessible and/or written for dance clubs. They're known for their complex rhythmic lines and use of odd time signatures and chord progressions. This particular single was created in response to the British Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 which, in an attepmt to destroy the rave scene, prohibited music that contained "repetitive beats" to be played in a public setting. The first two tracks contain repetitve beats, but the third track has no repetitive beats in the whole thing. While it may seem gimmicky (and really, it is), it also works well, and ends up being one of Autechre's best songs. Lost is also decent, though Djarum falls a little short. Flutter more than makes up for it, however.



1. Lost
2. Djarum
3. Flutter

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