Autechre's third album reissued.. Sweeping soundscapes full of nature, brightness and light this is not. but then Autechre have always specialised in the darker, deeper, flip-side of ambience. They make music for hanging teddy bears to. music for winter. Tri Repetae is packed full of unsettling, skin-crawling music. the most danceable tracks, like Eutow, constantly threaten to fall in on themselves, collapsing under the weight of the twisted sounds and the screeching architecture of their constructions. Gnitsounds like the negative image of a jungle track, silent where there should be thudding drums and filled with noise where there should be quiet. Autechre have moved up from their lo-fi origins, but their sounds are still sticky-fingered, investigating the depths of their machines.