A recent interview has left fans excited about the future of Aphex Twin and Weirdcore. When speaking with Crack Magazine, the latter teased that something new with the unconventional producer may be in the works.
After sharing insight on his new Bejing exhibit, Weirdcore was asked about future projects. He responded with a list of artists he’s working with, revealing a potential collaboration with Aphex Twin (real name Richard D. James).
“I’m currently working on something with Yaeji, and other projects with A. G. Cook and Slikback are also in the pipeline,” he said. “Some epic new Aphex stuff – hopefully, maybe.”
Back in October, James released his limited-edition AFX Station synthesizer which featured packaging designed by Weirdcore. Over the years, the visual artist has also provided James with artwork for his live streams, in-person performances, albums, merchandise, event trailers, and more.
Unfortunately for fans, the previous quote is the only bit of information given about the two artists’ return. Considering the scope of the duo’s work, it’s difficult to speculate as to what their “epic” new venture could be. At the time of writing, neither Weirdcore nor Aphex Twin have formally announced an upcoming collaboration.