Amber (Autechre album)

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Studio album by Autechre
Released 7 November 1994
Genre Ambient techno
Length 74:27
Label Warp Records WARP25
Producer Rob Brown and Sean Booth
Autechre chronology
Anti EP
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Select 4/5 stars[2]

Amber, released by Warp Records in 1994, is the second full-length album by the electronic music group Autechre. Amber has a more ambient, less percussion-based sound compared to Autechre's first release Incunabula.

The sleeve is designed by the Sheffield based design agency The Designers Republic. The cover image is a photograph taken by Nick Meers, depicting rock formations in Cappadocia, Turkey.[3]


Amber is Autechre's first real 'album' created as such, their first release, Incunabula, being more of a compilation of older material.[4] It was written in the six months after their first album,[5] "really quickly" according to Sean Booth, whilst they were also writing more live material and touring. Some of this live material ended up on the Anti EP.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Foil"   6:04
2. "Montreal"   7:15
3. "Silverside"   5:31
4. "Slip"   6:21
5. "Glitch"   6:15
6. "Piezo"   8:00
7. "Nine"   3:40
8. "Further"   10:07
9. "Yulquen"   6:37
10. "Nil"   7:48
11. "Teartear"   6:45
Total length:


External links[edit]

  • Amber at the official Warp discography (features audio clips).
  • Amber review by Sputnik Music.