Squarepusher - Music For Robots (2014)
Title Of Album: Music For Robots
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Electronic, Experimental, IDM, Modern Classical
Total Time: 23:20 min
Total Size: 121 MB
01. Remote Amber
02. Sad Robot Goes Funny
03. World Three
05. You Endless
There's something suitably awesome about listening to fluid, live, jazz-inspired music played entirely by robots. That's exactly what's on offer here. Music For Robots sees a team of Japanese-designed "music performing system" (that's robotic musicians to you and me) playing tracks composed by Squarepusher. It's a brilliantly far-fetched idea, but staggeringly it works well. While there's a programmed stiffness to some of the guitar playing - though the impressively high-speed jazz licks on "Sad Robots Go Funny" sound like Pat Metheny on speed - for the most part Music For Robots is surprisingly loose and fluid, with distinctive piano motifs acting as a central focal point. It sounds a little like a Steve Reich composition in five parts, and there's no greater praise than that.
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