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Genre: Electronic
Performer: Autechre
Album: Quaristice
Country: UK
Released: 2008
Style: Glitch, Abstract, IDM, Experimental, Ambient
MP3 version ZIP size: 1111 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1216 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1868 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 861

Autechre - Quaristice Autechre’s last full-length effort was Untilted. Quaristice, the latest album, is at best unharnessed, at worst incoherent. I’ve spent the last few weeks trying to digest, and even enjoy, Booth & Brown’s new album and I am left wondering exactly what the duo wanted to express here. So that’s my first working assumption: Quaristice is intentional.

Their ninth album, Quaristice, was released in early 2008. In contrast to Untilted, it is made up of twenty tracks, more than any other Autechre release, each typically around 2–5 minutes in length. The download-only Quaristice. Autechre have streamed exceptionally long live DJ mixes as webcasts to coincide with the release of four albums so far: A nearly nine-hour live mix on 10–11 April 2005 (GMT) to coincide with the release of Untilted.

Quaristice is the ninth studio album by British electronic music duo Autechre, initially released on 29 January 2008 by Warp Records. com in FLAC and MP3 format on 29 January 2008 and then received a physical release on 3 March 2008.

Quaristice Quaristice is Autechre's ninth album on Warp Records. com in FLAC and MP3 format on 29 January 2008. It received a physical release on 3 March 2008. In an interview, Sean Booth said "the actual product is the FLAC file – but I don't object to those who want to own something that they can hold. Quaristice is Autechre's ninth album on Warp Records.

Unified" and "cohesive" would not be two of the first couple hundred words used to describe Quaristice, the first Autechre album since 2005's Untilted. The only aspect that prevents Quaristice from seeming open-ended, as a bunch of tracks splayed arbitrarily across a disc, is that it begins and ends with ambient (as in entirely beat-less) pieces; an arc might gradually become apparent, but that would only be the result of increased familiarity with the sequence of tracks.

Quaristice is the ninth album from British electronic music duo Autechre. With this album, Booth and Brown switched from normal studio producing, to a more improvisational and live style of recording. We just had shit loads of material at the end of the process, and we just rationalized things as we went along and continually made things shorter

Autechre return with Quaristice, a vast, sprawling masterpiece that will galvanize their dedicated and sizable fanbase. With Design Republic back at the helm of art direction, Quaristice will be an album that impresses sonically but also visually. This warmer analog masterpiece recalls some of Autechre's most classic material. Quaristice is an enveloping blanket of Autechre's skewed sound science.

Album · 2008 · 20 Songs. On the 2008 release, Quaristice, Autechre presents 20 tracks that range far and wide. The opener, Altibzz, is 2:52 of swooony mellowness while The Plc percolates in ways that Autechre fans will immediately recognize. Paralel Suns, which might be the scariest thing here, evokes a sense of et desolation. Fol3 flirts with musique concrète; are the audio sources slamming doors and shuffling feet?


1 Altibzz 2:53
2 The Plc 4:17
3 IO 3:08
4 plyPhon 2:33
5 Perlence 3:25
6 SonDEremawe 1:21
7 Simmm 5:00
8 paralel Suns 3:03
9 Steels 2:56
10 Tankakern 3:39
11 rale 3:43
12 Fol3 3:47
13 fwzE 2:39
14 90101-5l-l 3:11
15 bnc Castl 2:52
16 Theswere 2:12
17 WNSN 4:57
18 chenc9 4:57
19 Notwo 5:34
20 Outh9X 7:15

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warp Records Limited
  • Copyright (c) – Warp Records Limited
  • Published By – Warp Music
  • Published By – Electric And Musical Industries
  • Pressed By – EDC Blackburn Ltd


  • Design – The Designers Republic
  • Mastered By – Noel Summerville
  • Producer – Ae*
  • Written-By – Brown*, Booth*


℗ 2007 Warp Records Limited © 2007 Warp Records Limited.

Made in the EU. 44.1 kHz.

Issued in a jewel case with clear tray and stiff card insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 08 01061 03332 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 801061033323
  • Matrix / Runout: EDC Blackburn Ltd WARPCD333 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (matrix area): IFPI 04AI
  • Mould SID Code (inner ring): IFPI 0444
  • Label Code: LC02070

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WARP LP 333 Autechre Quaristice ‎(2xLP, Album) Warp Records WARP LP 333 UK 2008
WARPCDD333 Autechre Quaristice ‎(20xFile, WAV, Album) Warp Records WARPCDD333 UK 2008
WARP CD 333 P Autechre Quaristice ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Warp Records WARP CD 333 P UK 2008
BRC-333 Autechre Quaristice ‎(CD, Album) Beat Records BRC-333 Japan 2008
WARP CD 333 Autechre Quaristice ‎(CD, Album) Warp Records WARP CD 333 US 2008

This Album could have been much better with a better selection of the musics to be included in this Album, so many tracks included with different tunes that it compromises some of its coherence, nevertheless it turns out to be a satisfying release after many attempts to assemble its content...still some tracks sound aggressive and distressing to my ears. My top track is "Paralel Suns" witch is absolutely amazing and impressive, it places me before giant Temples falling apart , also i love "Altibzz" which is very melodic and makes me fly over a vast landscape,"Rale" with its dark tune , "Notwo" witch is like a mysterious force growing, and "Outh9x" that makes me imagine a forgotten surreal temple immersed in deep fog during daylight.

I just love the artwork for this release. Excellent job, Designer's Republic.

Listening to Autechre albums from start to finish with a little understanding of music technology and its evolution over the past 18 years, you kind of get a sense for these two lads. While admitting they really don't know what they are doing in a classical music sense, they have always pushed their gear and the limitations of electronic music and to wonderful affect. From hacking ensoniq samplers to learning software like max/msp, they have pushed the limits most other artists felt comfortable with and thus a lot of listener's comfort limits. At times they create the most beautiful and otherworldy soundscapes and at times create the most isolatingly cold calculated digital sound scapes, like music a schizophrenic AI might calculate. Quaristice is the culmination of nearly 20 years of growth and push towards the outer limits of music technology and experimentation. They seem to have reached a comfort level (for the time being) with music technology and this album showcases this level of artistic comfort. It "feels" as though they have really reached a point where they have explored and isolated enough sonic avenues, and now they share with us an assortment of paths, melodic, percussive and somewhat odd yet entirely musical pieces. The majorty of tracks are short at pop song length or less, but you get the "ideas" with each track, and each track is, in essence, a different idea. This is where their mastery shines through. They show us what can be done with it all. From lovely melodic to calculated percussion and points in between. Old sounds mashed with new. In a quickly and easily digested "information age" format. While listening to this album Im consequently reminded of all the elements I have come to love about their sound and all of the elements I have yet to really understand or feel, yet somehow they mix and match just enough, to make me feel like the bumpy road that has been Autechre's discography has led to something great. IF you listen to Autechre, from their first album to their last and really try and understand that this is essentially a life sentence of dedication to exploration of electronic music and the technology available to make it over the past 20 years, you will really understand this album and have a better understanding of some of their "harder to listen to" works and maybe "get" their ideas now. The growth in computing power from the early 90s up to now has been staggering, in both computers and electronic instruments. Autechre and few other artists have kept pace with this tech curve and that is an act of pure genius in itself. To make these frontier sounds musical and at times emotionally/creatively charged is just amazing. Autechre does this, and does it very well.

Autechre have been around since the early days of IDM, and from the sounds of "Altibzz," it may seem that _Quaristice_ has returned to those days. But the angular tones and skittering rhythms of "The Plc" set us back firmly in the future. If anything, I think Autechre has gotten more industrial in their music-making. Certainly, they have never been wedded to passing fads, so the deep space ambience of "Paralel Suns" should come as no surprise pressed up against the robotic romance of "Simmm" and the pure abstraction of "Steels." The metallic percussion of "Tankakern" and the angry machinery of "Fol3" show a real turn towards the original concept of industrial music. The tubular tones of "Wnsn" has a wistfulness to them, a small expression of emotion in an otherwise sterile album; "Chenc9," as well, shows off a little personality. The ambient "Notwo" and "Outh9x" carry off the album gracefully. Perhaps the future of Autechre is already here.

Autechre never went 100% digital, and never before has this been as evident as on Quaristice. What Ae has done more often than not is run an arsenal of basic old-school equipment with a Max/MSP brain. The melancholy analog synths of classic releases like Amber and Incunabula, and early Aphex Twin, make their return here, as do moments of broken late-80s electro and classic drum machine sounds. Nevertheless Booth & Brown have as always sharpened their digital ambient-glitch blades on this release, here so much that their awesomely daring collaborations with the Hafler Trio are somewhat less surprising. Yet they've allowed their old equipment to breathe in these tracks, introducing elements of daring familiarity. Ae's beats, since their software phase began, have had a spastic, irregular stimulus that many have found irritatingly arrythmic, and others have found positively exhilirating. The familiar elements of this release may convince the former listeners by offering clearer reference points in conventional techno sounds.

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