The absolute biggest artist to come out of the 90’s and 00’s IDM scene, Aphex Twin was earlier this summer announced as the headliner for Turin’s Club to Club festival coming up in November. Two Aphex Twin logos have now been spotted in both London and Turin sparking speculations about a new album dropping soon. Aphex Twin aka. Richard D. James, returned to a scene he’d all but disappeared from, more then 10 years ago, by first dropping the album Syro in 2014, and then doing a string of his extravagant DJ shows last year. Syro which was his first proper album since 2001’s Drukqs was a collection of both newer and older material on which he’d been working on in the decade since Drukqs.

Two new Aphex Twin logos have popped up in London and Turin New album coming? | Image 0
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No strangers to guerrilla marketing tactics, Warp records, Aphex’s label, set off the campaign for Syro in 2014 by sending up a blimp into the skies above London, so it is not at all far-fetched that the two new images that have emerged in London and Turin, firstly an AFX logo seemingly sinking into the wall at Elephant & Castle tube station, and a similar design flowing into the shutters of a storefront in Turin, could signal a new album. To the great excitement of fans, as it would signify the first truly newly produced music from an artist that was always ahead of his time and many wonder what that sound, now sounds like in 2018.

Spotted in Torino, Italy

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Take a look at his DJ set from London's Field Day last summer to get a taste of the spectacle.

 Aphex Twin will headline Club to Club festival in Turin taking place 1st-4th of November.