The second part of Dave Noyze’s lengthy interview with Aphex Twin’s Richard D. James landed today (Nov. 10) and brought with it more than 30 tracks of previously unreleased music.

The new material runs the gamut, including a 20-track album of sound experiments made on Buchla and Serge modular synths, new recordings and cuts from James' remote orchestras in London and Poland. You can check out the new music below.

In addition to the new tracks, the two-part interview -- which took place over the course of a couple of months -- offers in-depth insight into the influential British producer’s process, including photos of his equipment, the making of his latest album, ‘Syro,’ and James’ thoughts on just about everything in-between.

You can check out part one of the interview on Noyzelab and stream the new Aphex Twin material below: