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Aphex Twin - "minipops 67 (120.2)(source field mix)" (audio)

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Thursday, Sep 4, 2014
After many years of waiting, it is finally here: a new Aphex Twin track, the cryptically titled "minipops 67 (120.2)(source field mix)".

It’s been a long 13 years since the last Aphex Twin album, Drukqs, but now the world need wait no longer. Just recently Richard D. James, the man behind the Aphex Twin moniker, announced a new studio album, Syro. Now you can stream the first track off the LP, the cryptically titled “minipops 67 (120.2)(source field mix)”.
  



Syro is out on September 22nd through Warp.


Several listening events, where Syro will be played in full, have also been announced, the dates of which are below:


September 5th - London, UK
September 6th - Paris, France
September 6th -  New York, NY
September 6th -  Los Angeles, CA
September 7th - Chicago, IL
September 7th - Toronto, Ontario
September 8th -  Brussels, Belgium
September 10th - Utrecht, Netherlands

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