Aphex Twin Releases First AFX Vinyl In Almost Ten Years
The record is available for pre-order on Bleep, the independant music distributor website of Warp Records.
AFX / orphaned deejay selek 2006-2008 / Warp / WAP384CDD / August 2015
Aphex Twin (a.k.a Richard D. James), returns to his AFX moniker this August for his first vinyl release since the Warpmart exclusive of a shared record between AFX and LFO in September of 2005. That record was limited to 2000 copies, and Richard hasn’t released any vinyl records under this guise since unloading 11 editions of Analord on Rephlex Records that same year. Now AFX is back, and this time, the record will see release on Bleep.com. orphaned deejay selek 2006-2008 is available for pre-order via Bleep, the British online independant music sector of Warp.
You can listen to the song ‘serge fenix Rendered 2‘ for free on the Bleep website, and get an instant download of the song when you pre-order the release. The new release will come in a couple of different formats, including vinyl, CD, and .FLAC.
We discovered a playlist of the album by digging around on the Warp Records website. You can check out what we found by clicking here.
- AFX – serge fenix Rendered 2
- AFX – dmx acid test
- AFX – oberheim blacet1b
- AFX – bonus EMT beats
- AFX – simple slamming b 2
- AFX – midi pipe1c sds3time cube/klonedrm
- AFX – NEOTEKT72
- AFX – r8m neotek beat
With a full release date of August 21st, you can bet that this record will be in demand and will likely sell out of stock quickly. Buy a pre-order copy now on the Bleep website by clicking here.