French for “I believe of none additional,” Fresh York’s enigmatic Arthur Ashin, also called Autre Ne Veut, makes music that falls somewhere within ’80s R&B hooks and melodies, as well as the blurry noises of Ariel Red. His self-titled debut recording found its way to August 2010 on Olde British Spelling Bee and Upstairs, the label possessed by Oneohtrix Stage Never’s Daniel Lopatin. Autre Ne Veut backed Hooray for Globe throughout their residency at Piano’s that fall, and performed some displays with Zambri and Reflection Reflection in early 2011. That 12 months, Ashin also released your body EP via Hippos in Tanks and made an appearance on Ford & Lopatin’s Route Pressure. Autre Ne Veut came back in early 2013 with Panic, an album similarly influenced by that condition and by the music of Dr. Luke, David Byrne, and Katy Perry. His third LP, Age group of Transparency, acted as the next volume within an meant trilogy centered around the issue of attaining personal connection within an impersonal period. It had been released in past due 2015 by Downtown Information.