A 3D logo eerily resembling that of the renowned IDM producer Aphex Twin has sparked considerable speculation after surfacing in London’s Elephant and Castle Underground Tube Station.
Since surfacing on Instagram, many have grown to believe that Richard D James may be using the posters as promotional material for his seventh album, or at the very least teasing out the possibilities of some upcoming 3D London shows. Speculation is largely based on the fact that the guerrilla marketing campaign closely resembles a similar trail that led to Aphex Twin’s 2014 album, Syro, which was announced with a flying blimp in London as well as logo stencils in US cities.
Further support for the new music, comes from the fact that Aphex was said to have resided in a former bank vault in Elephant & Castle, following the release of his seminal Come To Daddy EP — making the location choice for the posters a considerbly eerie coincidence.
H/T: Resident Advisor