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New book dives into every track by Aphex Twin in detail

‘Aphex Twin: Every Album, Every Song’ provides insight into the creative process behind Richard D. James’ discography

  • Adrianna Cheung
  • 22 June 2023
New book dives into every track by Aphex Twin in detail

Celebrating Aphex Twin as one of the most influential and enigmatic electronic music producers of all time, 17-year-old writer Beau Waddell has published a book entitled ‘Aphex Twin: Every Album, Every Song’.

The book is the latest addition to Sonicbond Publishing's On Track series, which focuses on music in all genres while digging into the back catalogues of certain artists. Aphex Twin joins Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Depeche Mode, New Order and more in being covered by the series.

Sonicbond Publishing also actively recruit music fans from all over the world to contribute to their publications.

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Out now, ‘Aphex Twin: Every Album, Every Song’ explores each of the enigmatic artist’s albums in detail, from his early work in the 1990s to his most recent releases, providing insight into the creative process behind each album, as well as the themes and influences that shaped the music.

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In addition to the reviews, the book includes a detailed analysis of every song in Richard D. James’ discography, even under his other pseudonyms such as Caustic Window, Polygon Window and Bradley Strider in addition to Aphex Twin.

At only 17 years old, Waddell is the youngest author to contribute to the On Track series. In Aphex Twin: Every Album, Every Song, he touches on the artist’s production techniques, musical structures and sonic textures that make each track unique.

Find out more about ‘Aphex Twin: Every Album, Every Song’ here.

Adrianna Cheung is Mixmag Asia’s Culture Curator, follow her on Instagram.

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