The same teacher that introduced me to Andy Kravtiz in the previous post also introduced me to Squarepusher around the same. This stuff blew my mind. I had friends who were really into acid house, techno, and happy hardcore, but that sound always seemed cheesy and boring to me. As electronic music went, though, I could fully appreciate what Squarepusher was doing and enjoyed other artists in the drum 'n' bass/IDM/big beat scenes.
The first album I picked up was Feed Me Weird Things, the opening track "Squarepusher Theme" being a personal favorite of mine then and now.
I transcribed some of it 10 or 15 years ago, but it was a real slog, and when the laptop which stored the not backed up transcription was stolen I didn't have the heart or patience to start it again.
But recently I was checking out a later Squarepusher release called Ultravisitor and decided to write out some of the playing from the tune "Iambic 9 Poetry". Squarepusher, real name Tom Jenkinson, is not only a DJ/producer but also an excellent bassist, with most of his bass lines being played live.
Jenkinson also plays drums and I believe is the one playing them on "Iambic 9 Poetry". With Squarepusher's material it can sometimes be difficult to differentiate between what is played live and what is programmed. It's even more difficult on this tune and all of Ultravisitor as he used clips from live performances in the creation of this studio album. The drums on this particular tune sound pretty live to me until about the halfway point where it sounds like the might be some programming or effects going on.
Either way, it's a cool groove on a cool tune, so here is what I'm pretty sure is Tom Jenkinson playing drums on "Iambic 9 Poetry". The first line repeats pretty much the same from 0:55 to about 2:10 where the second line starts and continues until in becomes basically untranscribable around 3:22.