Stroboscopic Artefacts announces new Chevel album

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Stroboscopic Artefacts has announced the release of a new Chevel album. The Italian producer’s third full-length is called ‘Blurse’ and will be out in September on vinyl, CD and digital formats.

Chevel makes his LP debut for Stroboscopic Artefacts, but he certainly isn’t new to the label. Earlier he released the inaugural entry to the labels’s singular Monad series and the strong ‘One Month Off’ EP. The Italian producer, whose real name is Dario Tronchin, has also contributed tracks to the ‘Beta Sampler’ EP and the first ‘Resampled’ EP.

Chevel’s first two albums were recorded for his own Enklav imprint and Psyk’s Non-Series, who released his second album ‘Air is Freedom’ (2013).

Here’s the tracklist:

A1 / 01 – Comb
A2 / 02 – The Windrunner
A3 / 03 – Down and Out
B1 / 04 – Low Roof
B2 / 05 – Watery Drumming
B3 / 06 – Heimweh
C1 / 07 – Flippant Remark
C2 / 08 – Identity Switch
C3 / 09 – Loop #42
D1 / 10 – Stranded
D2 / 11 – Loop #33
D3 / 12 – A Form Of Love

‘Blurse’ is out on September 28 through Stroboscopic Artefacts.

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