Software will release the Kansas City producer's debut album in September.
Huerco S will release his debut album, Colonial Patterns, in September on Daniel Lopatin's Software Recording Co.
The Kansas City artist's lo-fi transmissions have so far seen release on labels like Wicked Bass, Future Times and Opal Tapes—he was also responsible for the first record on Anthony Naples' Proibito label, which was produced under the name Royal Crown Of Sweden. An RA review of his recent Apheleia's Theme EP said that Huerco S's "brand of soporific dub-house perfectly balances groove and dysfunction, clarity and concealment." A press release cites "the ancient Native American mound city of Cahokia" as an influence for Colonial Patterns, alongside the work of artists like William Basinski, Theo Parrish and Jon Hassell. Huerco will embark on a European DJ tour to promote the LP. Kicking off later this month and running through until August, it takes in dates in Berlin, London, Manchester and Paris among others.
01. Struck with Deer Lungs
02. Plucked From the Ground, Towards the Sun
04. Anagramme of My Love
06. Ragtime U.S.A. (Warning)
07. Monks Mound (Arcology)
09. Hopewell (Devil)
10. Fortification III
11. Skug Commune
13. Chun-Kee Player
14. Angel (Phase)
Software Recording Co will release Colonial Patterns on September 24th, 2013.
Jul 19 N≠E present: Correlation .., Berghain/Panorama Bar, Berlin Jul 20 Wicked Bass w/ Huerco S., TBA, Saint Petersburg Jul 26 200% Chill, Artplay Club, Moscow Jul 27 Huerco S, La Villette Enchantée, Paris Aug 02 Huerco S, TBA - Manchester, Manchester Aug 03 Streets Of Beige w/ Huerco S, TBA, London Aug 09 Huerco S, Siroco, Madrid Aug 10 Wastelands Festival, Grindbakken, Belgium