Aphex Twins label has come to an end. Rephlex began in in 1991 with his colleague Grant Wilson-Claridge. Releasing music by Squarepusher, Mike Paradinas and many other talented artists.
In a Q&A by the Groove he had this to say.
“It has finished, it’s closed now, a few months ago. Me and my friend would have drifted apart, but actually the label did keep us together. “It got to a point where I’d actually rather be his friend than be in business with him. So I’d rather play those Chicago records and get stoned and not talk about business.”
“I’m doing it to draw a line, to close a chapter. When you finish an album, it’s like drawing a line so that you can get on with the new stuff. It feels like I’ve reached a certain point in my life. Now I can probably concentrate on new stuff. The music on the album is from quite a long period, some of the tracks are already six years old.”
The last thing coming out is “Syro” a 14 track ‘Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments Pt. 2' EP, Due to release January 23rd.