AFX - London 03.06.17 [Field Day] download album
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17 (alternatively titled London 0. 17 ) is an extended play by English electronic musician Richard D. James, released under the pseudonym AFX on 3 June 2017 on Warp. The record sold out soon after its announcement London 0. The record sold out soon after its announcement Track listing.
After releasing the album Drukqs in 2001, James went into a period of inactivity as Aphex Twin but continued to issue new music under other aliases, including the 2005 Analord EP series as AFX and a pair of 2007 releases as The Tuss, as well as archival material such as an unreleased 1994 LP in 2014 as Caustic Window. James returned as Aphex Twin in 2014 with the album Syro, which won a Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Album. 1 Early life and education. After leaving the Polytechnic, James remained in London, releasing albums and EPs on Warp Records and other labels under aliases including AFX, Polygon Window, Power-Pill, Blue Calx and the Dice Man, appeared on compilations
As one that sees the London 0. Some say that the Field Day release itself might be officially released, but this option seems to be quite difficult since the catalogue number of the release is the one that WARP Records usually uses for its EPs and not Full Lenghts. The first three tracks, known as A1, A2 and A3, have a strong acid sound and strongly recall the Analord series and his Orphaned Deejay Selek (2006-2008) EP, all published under the AFX moniker.
Artist: Aphex Twin Title: London 0. PLAYLIST :: 01. Aphex Twin - 42DIMENSIT3 e3 (4:40) 02. Aphex Twin - MT1T1 bedroom microtune (3:47) 03. Aphex Twin - T18A pole1 (3:44) 04. Aphex Twin - T03 delta t (4:01) 05. Aphex Twin - em2500 M253X (1:51) 06.
17 is an extended play by Irish electronic musician Richard D. James, released under the pseudonym Aphex Twin on 3 June 2017 on Warp. The record sold out soon after its announcement.
Richard D. James Album.
Field Day London, London, United Kingdom.
|2||MT1T1 bedroom microtune||3:47|
|4||T03 delta t||4:01|
|8||T20A ede 441||2:37|
|11||sk8 littletune HS-PC202||2:26|
|12||T13 Quadraverbia N+3||3:14|
|13||T17 Phase out +3||4:24|
|14||T63 neotek 2h949 +3 [bonus beats]||1:32|
|15||T16.5 MADMA with nastya+5.2||4:56|
NotesDigital version of AFX* - London 03.06.17 with additional bonus content.
|WAP400||AFX*||London 03.06.17 (12", Ltd, W/Lbl)||Warp Records||WAP400||UK||2017|
|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|
|SL1834||Aphex Twin||Field Day (London 03.06.2017) (CDr, Album, Unofficial)||Star Line||SL1834||Russia||2017|