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L-event is an EP by electronic music duo Autechre, released on Warp Records on 28 October 2013. The EP is a companion to Autechre's double album Exai, which was released earlier in the same year.
Like Exai, L-event features album artwork and packaging by The Designer's Republic. It was released on 28 October 2013 as a CD and LP, accompanied with either a downloadable .mp3 or .WAV version of the album when purchased from Bleep.com. On 11 October 2013, the digital version of the EP was released, with it streaming on \"corrupted\" versions of certain websites including Telegraph, Ableton, Bloomberg News, CBS News, Huffington Post and Warp Record's own site, with the pages distorting and the images being replaced with the L-event album cover.
Not all of L-event is quite so rewarding. \"Osla for n\" comes closest to payoff, initially resembling an asthmatic computer descending into delirium before the ideas tail off before the end. If Exai needed editing it was in the individual track lengths as opposed to the overall work. \"Osla for n\" follows the pattern set by a track like \"veKoS\" from that album, where the focus begins to slip by the middle and then drifts into aimless contemplation. At least on \"tac Lacora\" they demonstrate how well they can still transform their overriding preoccupation with digital interference into sound, although there is a creeping sense that Brown and Booth are looping back on themselves, returning to ground they've already covered in abundance. Still, they remain lone operators out here, liquefying the internet one website at a time, continually enamored with the breaking point of technology.
With Autechre's new EP, 'L-event', just released, Charlie Frame catches up with the veteran electronic duo's Rob Brown to discuss music and memory, this year's sprawling 'Exai' album, and the methods and ideas that underlie each of the new EP's tracks
Rob Brown, one half of Autechre alongside Sean Booth, is acutely aware of the slow-burning appeal of much of their music. \"It's hard for us, because we put stuff out and we know [responses are] going to be a bit mental, especially when it's dead long,\" he reflects. It's been a while now since Exai's release, and we're speaking on the eve of the release of its follow-up EP, L-event. \"But we also know it's the right stuff to be out at the moment for us. When somebody seems to understand and get that, it's interesting. People from all walks of life [are] getting a grip on it, it's just quite rewarding.\"
Following the release of Exai in February and the L-event EP last month, Autechre are rounding off a prolific year with a remix for London-based producer Nigel Truswell, AKA Oberman Knocks. 153554b96e