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RARA AVIS 5/22/2016 — THE AUTECHRE SHOW

rara avis 5/22/2016 all tracks by autechre except when noted 8:00 pm bike slip flutter second scepe PIOBmx clipper latent quarter Krib 9:00 pm gescom – Key Nell  tewe arch carrier 777 zeiss contarex eidetic casein uviol Gantz Graf 10:00 pm gescom – Iss:Sa surripere WNSN krYlon irlite (get0) artov chain 13×0 step spaces how

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Rara Avis 4/24/2016

rara avis 4/24/2016 8:00 pm Huerco S. – Transit (See See Rider) Tessela – Luv Mix Blawan – Diatonic Valves Blondes – inner motive Parassela – A1 Parassela – Untitled (ft. Pariah) South London Ordnance – Contact Lucy – Finnegan (Pariah Remix) Slam – Make You Move Blawan – Rubber Industry Tessela – Total Music

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Rara Avis 3/27/2016

Rara Avis 3/27/2016 Tracklist 8:00 oneohtrix point never – bubs spencer nilsen – st. gabriel’s mask laurel halo – nebenwirkungen lukid – manchester huerco s – skug commune actress – shadow from tartarus autechre – tankakern phoenecia – IV port pinch & shackleton – levitation demdike stare – mnemosyne aphex twin – tha polygon window

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Rara Avis – 3/6/2016

tracklist: miles davis – in a silent way/it’s about that time again LP version demdike stare – all this is ours (sunrise) various artists – ladrang wilujeng jan jelinek & triosk – distant shore deru – midnight in the garden with ghosts salvatorin – pediatritian brian eno & harold budd – wind in the lonely

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Rara Avis – 2/28/2016

tracklist nusrat fateh ali khan – allah hoo Ranganayaki Rajaopalan – sarasiruha Haruomi Hosono – “Down to the Earth“ from Mercuric Dance Ryuichi Sakamoto – “A Rain Song” from Esperanto Mkwaju Ensemble – “Ki-Motion” from Ki Motion Haruomi Hosono – “Air Condition” from Philharmony Mariah – “Shisen” from Utakata no Hibi Yasuaki Shimizu – “(Untitled

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REDUX + TLOP + TRAU CHOI

TRAU CHOI – “TRAU CHOI” Cool emo band from Massachusetts.  Dabbles in post rock territory during the opener (“INTRO”) with the slow guitars, but the pummeling drums make it quickly cathartic.  The bass is very present, and zipping guitar lines occasionally recall Mogwai (these post rock giants from Scotland). “SHADE” is like if Tiger’s Jaw added