Autism is an experimental electronic music artist with ideas of symmetry that will most likely astound you. The artist has been active for over two decades, discovering diverse rhythm languages and patterns that he has shared across five albums. His style predominantly leans towards a blend of postmodern cores with industrial and robotic influences. The artist released the Neverberator album, for the first time in 2000. The eleven track collection took on a range of science fiction themes with songs like The First Drunk on Mars, Science -77, and Catching up with Electricity; Its aesthetic aligns with popular sci-fi movies like Donnie Darko, X-Men, and Mission to Mars. Taken from this collection is the track, “Old Tape Monofreak”, which streamlines the unique style of Autism. 

The artist orchestrates the whole song with renewed drum cycles and beeping synthetics. Together, they form an evolving Morse Code of sorts. Wafer thin basses and drum accents dictate the dystopian frame that directly speaks to the funky essence of the theme. Listen Now! 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Old Tape Monofreak from the Neverberator Album (2023 Remaster) by Autism here –