Zoë Blade's notebook



Autechre make increasingly abstract music. Their first album, Incunabula, was one of the highlights of Warp's seminal Artificial Intelligence series.


It's good to have an interest in things, to go, "Oh, what does this do?" and "Oh, I understand that," or "Can I use it?" Many of the tools I use are the same as everyone else's, it's just that I really like to check them out and get into the nuances of them.

— Sean Booth, Autechre, 2004[1]

Equipment list

Pre Incunabula

Additions circa Incunabula

Selected discography


  1. "Autechre" Paul Tingen, Sound On Sound, Apr 2004
  2. "Aural Technology Redefined?" Simon Trask, Future Music, Jan 1995, pp. 51—53
  3. "Autechre: Techno-logical" Christopher Holder, Sound On Sound, Nov 1997
  4. "AAA — Ask Autechre Anything — Sean and Rob on WATMM!" Sean Booth, We Are the Music Makers, Nov 2013


Artists: Aphex Twin | Autechre | Derrick May | Fatboy Slim | Juan Atkins | Kevin Saunderson | Kraftwerk | LFO (artist) | Man Machine | Moby | Nine Inch Nails | Orbital | Richie Hawtin | The Future Sound of London | The Prodigy | Underworld | Vladimir Ussachevsky | Wendy Carlos | William Orbit | Zoë Blade

Warp Records: Aphex Twin | Aphex Twin guide | Autechre | LFO (artist) | Richie Hawtin