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UPDATE: Read our breakdown of the nominations here. // The Academy Of Recording Arts And Sciences has been announcing Grammy nominations one-by-one this morning on CBS This Morning.…   Read Story »
Music is a messy thing. There's too much of it, too many genres, too many ideas, for anyone to make sense out of all of it -- or even to hear all of it. The idea of imposing a narrative on 365 days…   Read Story »
If his recent interview with Dave Noyze is any indication, there are three things that Aphex Twin loves to do in interviews: say ridiculous shit, talk shop, and put out a million unreleased tracks.…   Read Story »
A month ago Aphex Twin mastermind Richard D. James offered some vague comments in an interview that suggested he might believe 9/11 was an inside job. In a new Q&A with his friend Dave Noyze at…   Read Story »
Mixing together Aphex Twin and Taylor Swift is a weird idea at first, but it makes so much sense the more that you think about it. They may be pretty far apart sonically, but both of them have…   Read Story »
As any dyed-in-the-wool Aphex Twin fan worth their weight in trivia answers will tell you, there's really no such thing as a bad album written by Richard D. James. Sure, some are better than others,…   Read Story »
Aphex Twin may be the visionary who changed dance music and who released one of the year's best albums. But he is also a socially awkward white man who owns lots of computer equipment. And as such,…   Read Story »
Here's how fucking weird 2014 is: Aphex Twin returned from a decade-long exile with a new album, and the thing sounds comforting. If you're old enough, you probably remember hearing a new Aphex track…   Read Story »
UPDATE: You can now preview every track here. Ever since news broke that Aphex Twin would be releasing his first new album in 13 years, fans have been understandably ravenous. That first single…   Read Story »
Aphex Twin's new album SYRO comes out in a few weeks and more information is starting to emerge. The box set design is pointedly minimalist, but also excruciatingly detailed. It contains exhaustive…   Read Story »