Just when you thought you were safe from tiny Richard D. James midgets or voluptuous Richard D. James women who lick windows, the diabolical mind of one Richard D. James is back in action again. This October, electronic programmers everywhere will take notice of the double album from Aphex Twin dubbed Drukqs, which contains over thirty tracks (mostly new material). The album was mastered last week in London, and although an official release date has not been announced we do know that this piece will fall from the top of the Warp Records shelves. Drukqs is the first full-length release from the maniacal cut chemist since 1996ís The Richard D. James Album. Letís hope that Richardís deviant grill will appear on the face of an army of Esther robots from Sanford and Son who plan on taking over every junkyard in the world (thatís our brilliant video idea anyway).
Source: Pitchfork Media