14:57 Apr/08/2015

Kölsch has announced the follow up to his stunning 2013 debut LP '1977' will be released on Kompakt later this year.

Titled '1983', the album is inspired by the Dutch producer's childhood travels across Europe with his family to spend summer in the south of France.

Speaking of the album's influences, Kölsch explains "A lot of my early music memories stem from these long travels, as we would listen to all my father's favorite records on the cassette deck.

"After getting a walkman, I would make up my own soundtrack for travelling, with early electro and hip-hop creeping into my life. My father of course did not like it, and it never graced the official cassette deck of the car, obviously."

'1983' features collaborations with Gregor Schwellenbach, Waa Industry and WhoMadeWho's Tomas Høffding and is set for release June 8.

Two album cuts, 'Two Birds' and 'DerDieDas', will also appear on Kompakt's 'Speicher 84', out April 20.

Check out a preview of 'DerDieDas' below.


Source: Mixmag.net

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