Aphex Twins' minipops 67 [120.2][source Field Mix]


Der erste Track (via Marc) von Aphex Twin seit 13 Jahren aus dem neuen Aphex Twin-Album im Stream:

Fängt recht gewöhnlich an, wird hintenraus aber aphex. Außerdem haben Designers Republic das Design der Limited Edition veröffentlicht:

The album is the third release that TDR has designed artwork for - the studio also worked on Windowlicker and Come to Daddy, which featured unsettling imagery shot by video artist Chris Cunningham (referenced in the deluxe slip case for the deluxe vinyl). While the new release has a notably different look, Anderson says all three are united by "a sense of non-design - of playing with formats and the preconceptions the audience may have of both what music packaging should be, and specifically what Aphex Twin’s packaging design should look like.”

"For Windowlicker, the video and images were so strong that really all we had to do was frame them. The skill here was to let the images do the work while creating space and something typographic which were recognisable in themselves in parallel with Chris’s work," he says.

"For Come To Daddy, there was a thicker plot involving a series of TDR™ generated text based promos as well as a remix CD featuring the music from an Orange mobile TV ad. There were issues about using an image from the ad so we resorted creating an orange cover with text describing the action from the ad. The typography was designed to appear neutral which is again a key factor in the non-design idea behind Syro."

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