Aphex Twin's older sister, Julie James, is Wales' new Climate Change Minister.
Though James has held the position since May this year, it's only in a recent interview with the BBC that her familial connection to Aphex, whose real name is Richard D. James, has been revealed.
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Asked whether she is a fan of her brother's music Julie responded: "Very much. but not all of it. Some of it’s, I think Charlie Brooker once said it was like being inside a CT scanner for an hour."
"But some of it is glorious. He writes beautiful jazz. He did a collaboration with Philip Glass, which is glorious, and a lot of his ambient stuff is lovely to listen to."
She added that her favourite Aphex track is the 1991 single 'Analog Bubblebath 2'.
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When Carwyn Jones stepped down as Welsh Labour leader in 2018, many in his cabinet arranged to give him vinyl records as a leaving gift.
Julie gave him Aphex Twin's Collapse EP.
Asked if whether the former first minister still listens to the record, James sarcastically responded: "Oh, I'm sure."
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