Christmas Message by pilchard.e.vlayhmes 
NME Christmas 1999

Christmas Message by pilchard.e.vlayhmes

NME Christmas 1999

— 4 days ago with 288 notes
#Aphex Twin  #richard d james  #NME  #christmas 
thesixthear:

Aphex Twin in front of his EMS Synthi 100. 

thesixthear:

Aphex Twin in front of his EMS Synthi 100. 

(via neko-means-cat)

— 4 days ago with 1719 notes
thetonechaser:

#syro #sanfrancisco #aphextwin (at San Francisco, California)

thetonechaser:

#syro #sanfrancisco #aphextwin (at San Francisco, California)

— 1 week ago with 24 notes
thesearetherecordsofmylife:

Aphex Twin - "I Care Because You Do"
My favorite stuff by Aphex Twin is his ambient work. That’s not to say that I don’t like all of his other stuff, which I do, I just happen to prefer his ambient work. This record for me, falls into the in-between category. It has a rhythmic structure, and a the tracks have the feeling that they would be considered “songs” and not “pieces.” It’s not abrasive like the “Richard D. James” LP is, and it is not zoned out like “Selected Ambeint Works 1 & 2.” It bridges the gap between his ambient works, and his “Richard D. James” record. The record is sonically grabbing you by the hand and slowly leading toward what lies ahead in the future. It’s priming you for the sonic ass-whipping you’re going to receive when you hear Aphex Twins’ follow up album, “Richard D. James.” Even though the record is slowly leading you there you still won’t be prepared. Hell, no one was. Aphex Twin became the biggest name in all of electronic music in the 1990’s, and he also stepped up the game. His career would be a tough act for anyone to follow.

thesearetherecordsofmylife:

Aphex Twin - "I Care Because You Do"

My favorite stuff by Aphex Twin is his ambient work. That’s not to say that I don’t like all of his other stuff, which I do, I just happen to prefer his ambient work. This record for me, falls into the in-between category. It has a rhythmic structure, and a the tracks have the feeling that they would be considered “songs” and not “pieces.” It’s not abrasive like the “Richard D. James” LP is, and it is not zoned out like “Selected Ambeint Works 1 & 2.” It bridges the gap between his ambient works, and his “Richard D. James” record. The record is sonically grabbing you by the hand and slowly leading toward what lies ahead in the future. It’s priming you for the sonic ass-whipping you’re going to receive when you hear Aphex Twins’ follow up album, “Richard D. James.” Even though the record is slowly leading you there you still won’t be prepared. Hell, no one was. Aphex Twin became the biggest name in all of electronic music in the 1990’s, and he also stepped up the game. His career would be a tough act for anyone to follow.

— 1 week ago with 16 notes
courbichcrew:

Budget promotion et communication France, j’ai.

courbichcrew:

Budget promotion et communication France, j’ai.

— 1 week ago with 53 notes

"I dont enjoy making records. if i could, i’d stay in my studio for ever and never come out and make music all the time. But actually making records and putting them out, i dont enjoy at all. Exept doing the artwork. But its like doing this interview. No offence, but i have to do interviews to sell the records i make so i can keep on making music. It’s a way of putting off geting a job. But apart from being on my own making tracks, there’s actually very little else i enjoy. Performing is so embarrassing."

"I dont enjoy making records. if i could, i’d stay in my studio for ever and never come out and make music all the time. But actually making records and putting them out, i dont enjoy at all. Exept doing the artwork. But its like doing this interview. No offence, but i have to do interviews to sell the records i make so i can keep on making music. It’s a way of putting off geting a job. But apart from being on my own making tracks, there’s actually very little else i enjoy. Performing is so embarrassing."

(Source: afxtwin, via afxtwin)

— 1 week ago with 191 notes
#Aphex Twin  #richard d james  #records