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Autechre - NTS Session 4 mp3


Performer: Autechre
Genre: Electronic
Title: NTS Session 4
Country: UK
Released: 26 Apr 2018
Style: IDM, Experimental, Abstract
Label: Warp Records
Catalog Number: WARP364-4
MP3 version ZIP size: 1663 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 403

Tracklist

1mirrage6:21
2shimripl casual24:32
3all end58:21
4column thirteen17:02
5frane casual13:42

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WARP 364-4Autechre NTS Session 4 ‎(3xLP)Warp RecordsWARP 364-4UK2018
WARP364-4Autechre NTS Session 4 ‎(5xFile, FLAC, Album)Warp RecordsWARP364-4UK2018
WARP364-4Autechre NTS Session 4 ‎(5xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Warp RecordsWARP364-4UK2018

Album

NTS Sessions 14 also known as NTS Sessions is the thirteenth studio album by British electronic music duo Autechre, released by Warp on 26 April 2018. The album was announced on April 9, and consists of original music comprising Autechre's April 2018 residency for NTS Radio, which was announced the week before, on 3 April 2018. The album was subsequently released in both digital and physical formats. Containing eight hours of music, NTS Sessions 14 is the longest Autechre release to date. Album 2018 5 Songs. NTS Session 4 Autechre. Session 4. Autechre - NTS Session 4 2018. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Ambient Experimental IDM Glitch. Songs in album Autechre - NTS Session 4 2018. Autechre - frane casual. Autechre - mirrage. Autechre - column thirteen. Autechre - shimripl casual. Autechre - all end. Total votes: 1. Other albums by Autechre. Autechre - NTS Session 4 SLOWED DOWN. NTS Session 4. Though its created by a computer, it will bring you to another plane of human existence if you let it. Autechres eight-hour NTS Sessions adds another level of the British duos legacy. Karlheinz Stockhausen mightve imagined the music of Autechre before Autechre did. The German avant-garde composer and all-around insane genius believed that the emergent off-kilter sounds of his time served a specific function: the full-on enlightenment of the human race. Complete your Autechre NTS Session 4. NTS Session 4 Q&A. Producers Autechre. More Autechre albums. NTS Sessions 1-4. Show all albums by Autechre. Artist: Autechre. Тип релиза - любой - Album Single Compilation Radioshow EP LP

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Abywis
This is exactly what I've been hoping to hear from AE for the last 8 years or so... Such a wonderful ambient (section of an) album... so full of emotion and 'all end' completely takes me away to another world. Listening to it while laying in bed or when going on my nightly walks - totally immersive experience. I hope we get to hear this side of Autechre more in the future!

Realistic
....and then there was 4.
I feel the last of the quad sessions is for the masochistic Ae fans especially with its ending. The faint introduction of "frane casual" (oddly of their past several bodies of work, songs ending in 'casual' really appeal to my ears) coming in, with its rinse and wash mechanics after the listener has heard all of Session 4 they will probably feel like "frane casual" is a wash cycle song rinsing the listeners palatte for the ambience to come later after the cacophony of Session 3. Session 4 is not quite a favorite of mine, but it is probably more important than the others for it covering new ground from the duo starting with "mirrage" which should be in someones existential sci-fi film please! This is most certainly a different Autechre and its pretty too! Okay enough about that track...my fave off this session goes to..."Column Thirteen", i kinda have no particular words for it, other than thank goodness its 17 mins long, its got this odd futuristic advertisement jingle feel to it with slight non intrusive eerie strings playing in the back end. It's delicious i'll say! "shimripl casual" is more fragile sci-fi tinkering, very aquatic with some soothing elements reminding you of Amber, and then it ends with the sprawling "all end" which to me sounds like a parade of all the world's synths being cued together for one last horrah! Its not bad, but it being 58 mins long takes away from what the listener may want to put up with with whatever Autechre were trying to convey.