The Dutch electro veteran's latest LP is currently available on his homepage.
Danny Wolfers, better known as Legowelt, has released a new album through his official website.
In a message that accompanies the release, Wolfers describes The TEAC Life as "deep tape saturated forest-techno," or to be more specific, "Raw as fuck autistic Star Trek 1987- Misty Forests- X-FILES,- DETROIT unicorn futurism made on cheap ass digital & analog crap synthesizers recorded in a ragtag bedroom studio on a TEAC VHX cassettedeck in DOLBY C with an unintelligible yet soulfull vivacity." It's the Hague-based producer's third LP to come out this year after The Africa Jet Band Album, which he produced as Nacho Patrol, and a free digital reissue of Secret Microcassettes on Strange Life. The album can be had entirely for free, though Wolfers says he'd happily accept donations, if only to repair the Roland Juno 106 that broke during the recording of the album ("probably cause this shit is tooo deep and it just can't handle it," he reckons).
01. The Nightwind
02. Half Moon 106
03. The Soul of a City
04. Forest Conditioner
05. Metro Airport
07. Beyond Ur Self
08. Wherever We go
09. Mystery Cruising
10. Can U Feel the Other Side of Ur Soul
11. Dolphin Day 1992
12. Dare to Dream
13. Encounter at Farpoint
14. U Can Fly Away from the Hood
The TEAC Life is currently available through Legowelt's official website.