Autechre's first three vinyl LPs will be available to buy again from November.
Sean Booth and Rob Brown (a.k.a. Autechre) properly established themselves via their first few albums on Warp Records: Incunabula, Amber and Tri Repetae, records that were each released a year apart between '93-'95. The first two are generally regarded as being a more melodic take on IDM and ambient music, before the British duo began to reject those more familiar sounds on Tri Repetae, pursuing a darker, more experimental route.
The trio of albums, which have been unavailable to purchase on wax since 2001, "reveal the geometry of the duo's early transcripts from post-acid house electronica through sparse, hypnotic ambience and into the b-boy flavour that characterised their mid-nineties excavations of jungle, industrial and hip-hop," according to the imprint.
Incunabula, Amber and Tri Repetae will be available to purchase on November 11. Pre-order the albums at Bleep.