Ultravisitor

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  1. skalogre

    skalogre Senior member

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    Yes, two years late to the party, but I was listening to some clips from Squarepusher's Ultravisitor and I am intrigued. I hear jazz fusion, musique concrete, acoustic guitar meanderings yet little of his old drill & bass. I know there are some connoisseurs here of electronic & experimental music; what are your thoughs on it?
     
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    tundrafour Senior member

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    I love Squarepusher's newer material. The album Music is Rotted One Note is quite experimental and jazzy, moreso than Ultravisitor. I usually feel that my musical taste is rather juvinile and unsophisticated compared to other people here (for example, I have no idea who my favorite Chopin pianist is...), but, for what it's worth, I recommend his recent material much more highly than that of most other primarily electronic artists I've heard.
     
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    skalogre Senior member

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    I love Squarepusher's newer material. The album Music is Rotted One Note is quite experimental and jazzy, moreso than Ultravisitor. I usually feel that my musical taste is rather juvinile and unsophisticated compared to other people here (for example, I have no idea who my favorite Chopin pianist is...), but, for what it's worth, I recommend his recent material much more highly than that of most other primarily electronic artists I've heard.

    I need to look in to that one. I think I heard some previews.

    P.s. sophistication is not a one-track thing [​IMG] . At the very least you won't be the only uncouth barbarian here
     

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