AFX* ‎– London 03.06.17

Warp Records ‎– WAP400
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition, White Label


A1 42DIMENSIT3 e3 4:40
A2 MT1T1 bedroom microtune 3:47
A3 T18A pole1 3:44
A4 T03 delta t 4:01
A5 em2500 M253X 1:50
B1 T23 441 2:51
B2 42DIMENSIT10 3:06
B3 T20A ede 441 2:37
B4 MT1T2 olpedroom 1:57
B5 T47 smodge 1:41
B6 sk8 littletune HS-PC202 2:26


Special release in unknown limited quantities that was sold during the Field Day Festival 2017 in London.
Titles taken from the digital reissue.
The use of the catalog number WAP400 instead of WARP400 indicates that WARP Records consider this an EP rather than an Album. Run time of the physical release is 33 minutes. Runtime of the digital version is 59 minutes.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WAP400 AFX* London 03.06.17 [Field Day](20xFile, WAV, Album) Warp Records WAP400 UK 2017
SL1834 Aphex Twin Field Day (London 03.06.2017)(CDr, Unofficial) Star Line (7) SL1834 Russia 2018 Sell This Version
WAP400 AFX* London 03.06.17 [Field Day](17xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Warp Records WAP400 UK 2017
WAP400 AFX* London 03.06.17 [Field Day](17xFile, FLAC, Album) Warp Records WAP400 UK 2017
WAP400 AFX* London 03.06.17 [Field Day](21xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) Warp Records WAP400 UK 2019


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November 26, 2019
edited 6 months ago
new tracks have been added to the digital release again, on november 16th 2019:
not sure if this should be considered a separate "RE" release ( since it doesn't make any sense, but whatever...


June 23, 2019
I have heard the actual concert performance for the first time today thanks to the thirtieth anniversary radio event that I am closely following. I believe that what is offered as a download is not an accurate representation of it. The download seems composed, calm even, which for some reason brings to mind the humble and tender narration from the hinterlands that I experienced as well as part of the anniversary, while the concert at times made me think why I did not form my own hypergrunge outlet to get my share of profitable popularity. In times where loudness dominates, which is reflected in certain accompanying performances at this festival, are the neat tricks here and there representations of talent or showcases of tyrannic privilege? And what becomes of the splashes of colour, are they being sucked up and digested by the euphoria of the attendants, hoping to rid themselves of their hardships through exhaustion? If any price is paid for the right experience, who had to pay before and for what? Now, do not misunderstand me, I understand that energy is a flowing state of matter to which we attach positive or negative emotions, but still I cannot help but wonder.


November 5, 2018

its a shame how these are launching in price, I think you can buy the digital off the store.
well worth owning to love and enjoy rather than sell on for some stupid hiked price.
My copy was played as soon as a deck was in reach, and I spin this wax enjoys the amazing sounds richard's blessed us with!


August 30, 2018
why are these getting so expensive now? it's now 1k dollars tf?


August 25, 2017

Beautiful album reflecting a love for experimental synthesis. I feel so lucky to have got my hands on the vinyl as a loyal fan of Richard's. Gonna cherish it like it deserves to be. The extended digital edition available via his Bleep store is also worthy of purchasing because the extra tracks are also perfectly inkeeping with the vibes of the album.