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AutechreNTS Session 2

Tracklist

Elyc9 7hres
Six Of Eight (midst)
Xflood
Gonk Tuf Hi
Dummy Casual Pt2
Violvoic
Sinistrailab Air
Wetgelis Casual Interval
E0
Peal Ma
9 Chr0
Turbile Epic Casual, Stpl Idle

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    Cover of NTS Session 2, 2018-04-12, FileNTS Session 2
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    Warp Records – WARP364-2UK2018UK2018
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    Cover of NTS Session 2, 2018-04-12, FileNTS Session 2
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    Warp Records – WARP364-2UK2018UK2018
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    Cover of NTS Session 2, 2018-04-12, FileNTS Session 2
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    Warp Records – WARP364-2UK2018UK2018
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    Cover of NTS Session 2, 2018-08-13, VinylNTS Session 2
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    Warp Records – WARP 364-2UK2018UK2018

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    • BertoltBrechtakt's avatar
      The sound design of the tracks is otherworldly. Simply an altogether different dimension. This record alone is worth to empty your bank account and get a proper hi-fi system. I did it anyway...
      • AlRog's avatar
        AlRog
        This is definitely my clear favorite of the four NTS volumes. There's a lot of engaging and arresting stuff in these 120 minutes, so it never gets boring. Some of it is even downright catchy. This is the best I've heard from Autechre in years. The other NTS sets are good, but they tend to fade into the background. This one grabs, and keeps, your attention.
        • alex_plan's avatar
          alex_plan
          Just going thru Session 2 after some time away ;) First two tracks are ok but xflood is an audiophile monster, dark and menacing post ambient. The next track Gonk Tuf Hi slips, slides, cuts and vibrates like a possessed electrical substation - not very musical per se but still entertainig. Around minute 4:30 all accelerates briefly into quasi techno number.
          Next - Dummy Casual pt.2 - one can almost identify melodical elements. IDM traces can be heard together with some serious shuffling. Some really nice reverbs pop in creating illusions of vast spaces.
          On to the next one: Violvoic. Again one of the slower ones with deep soundstage. Bent metal soundsculpture. Sounds terrific on proper hifi system - you can almost touch some elements. I can imagine certain MCs riding on its beat. Around minute 5 it gets more minimal and every part has own space to breathe.
          All tracks are really interesting - go listen!
          • bsnipes20038303's avatar
            This is my least favorite of the nts sessions, but it still will transport my mind into an abstract landscape. Highly recommended, but would probably perfer nts 3 or 4
            • Ryan172's avatar
              Ryan172
              Having listened to the 2nd LP set now, I'll repeat what I said about set 1:

              'Since I see all the issues with warping for the boxed sets, I will mention: I got the 4 individual 3xLP sets. Basically because it's what my local got first.

              Anyway, records are flat and quiet, sound great. So, if issues persist with the box, maybe the individual sessions are the way to go. Either way, I'll post reviews on II-IV as I listen to them.

              And if anyone's looking for a review on the music: So, so very good.'

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