Wrapping up his collaboration with Korg on their new Monologue synthesizer, legendary producer Aphex Twin just shared a new track “korg funk 5.”

The track features vocals from Richard D. James’ son, in addition to work with 7 different Korg instruments. Along with the song’s release, Aphex Twin interviewed ex-Korg engineer Tatsuya Takahashi, discussing their collaboration on Korg's Monologue synthesizer, as well as digging deep into the world of synths - the different ways they’ve been modified over the years and how different tuning methods have proved indispensable for Aphex Twin's music. Check out the full interview here.

The elusive producer recently livestreamed his set at Field Day Festival in London, which you can revisit below.

In other music news, Wiz Khalifa now has the most viewed video of all time on YouTube. Get all the details right here.

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