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hiro kone signs dais records next album pure expenditure

Electronic Music Thu Jul 19 2018 22:35:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- The New York-based artist and Drew McDowall collaborator's second LP is out in late August.
The new LP brings him back to Ostgut Ton and lands on June 22nd.
The Austrian artist revamped his sound for his first release since 2014's Joined Ends.
Full details for the record, which is due out in August, follow the April release of its title track.
The UK producer's second LP, which includes a track featuring Jamie Lidell, lands late next month.
The LP is a concept album about living life as a video game.
The drone duo are marking the 20-year anniversary of Southern Lord Records with fresh, high-fidelity editions of two early records.
Ren Schofield's next full-length record is out at the end of June.
It will come with two records of previously unreleased material, a cassette of live recordings from 2005 and a signed screen print.
The 15-track LP, which features Eddie Fowlkes, is out on Desolat next month.
The Danish production duo recruited an American for their third album.
It's the first album-length release on the label, and the first from the ://about blank resident.
His next collection of unreleased material is due out at the end of the month.
Laraaji and Nelson Patton feature on the improvisational artist's next LP, out in September.
The 12-inch is due out in July, with the album coming in 2019.
The UK cellist, producer and Radiohead and Mica Levi collaborator will release his next solo LP in September.
The Brooklyn trio's fourth album will come out this July.
Mutations, featuring a collaboration with Homemade Weapons, is out next month.
The pioneering Norwegian producer's next record will be released by Smalltown Supersound.
The LP will be Verdicchio Music Publishing's first record, out next month.
The group's second album is due out through Crosstown Rebels in July.
The Swedish producer's next record is out in June.
The ECM-influenced LP will come via Smalltown Supersound next month.
The NAAFI affiliate's LP is inspired by the writings of Derrida and Stiegler.
Listen to the LP's title track ahead of its October release.
The vinyl version of the footwork-inspired producer's LP comes with an art book featuring his own drawings.
The Anglo-Mauritian producer will put out his third LP this June.
The LP, which blends digital cumbia, folk and dancehall, is out in June.
The record was recorded in March at Equiknoxx's studio in Kingston, Jamaica.
The South African singer and producer duo will release Closer Apart in July.
The LP is out in September through Ba Da Bing.
Limpid Fear [] is out in August on limited-edition tape and digital formats.
The LP arrives on Kompakt in June, more than a decade after his breakout Chromophobia.
The third and final entry in the Phobiza trilogy comes via her new label, FATi Records.
The legendary artist has teamed up with Major Lazer co-founder Switch on a new single, 'Like Sugar.'
"Barely a whisper of dance music remains" on the LP, the label says.
Inspired by Marina Abramovi, and invoking his own childhood jazz training, the LP is out in August.
Due out in August, it's the second JK Flesh LP for Speedy J's label.
Inspired by coral reefs and marine life, it was produced with the media company Coral Morphologic.
It'll be the first solo vinyl release for the New York-based artist.
Shiva Feshareki will perform Oram's lost piece, and Suzanne Ciani will improvise on the Buchla at Pioneers Of Sound.
Listen to the lead single, "Saccade," featuring Julianna Barwick.
Listen to two tracks off the LP ahead of its August release.
Second Yard Botanicals is out on Apollo Records in August.