The Greek producer's next album, which features vocalist Teddy Selassie, is due out on Echocord in April.
Dub techno veteran Fluxion's next album, Broadwalk Tales, is scheduled for an April release on Echocord.
The LP sees the Greek artist, real name Konstantinos Soublis, continuing his relationship with Echocord, the Copenhagen imprint which issued his previous two full-lengths, 2012's Traces and 2010's Perfused, along with a handful of vinyl EPs. This one will feature Jamaican vocalist Teddy Selassie. The two artists' first meeting in early 2013 led to the creation of the album later in the year, and Selassie is credited on every other track (six in all, starting with "Change"). In a press release, Soublis says, "I wanted to make something more than the usual dub techno tracks, with a hint of manipulated voices every now and then."
Broadwalk Tales will see release as a 13-track CD and 11-track double-vinyl. A pre-album EP with the two songs not on the vinyl version is also in the works, along with a remixes EP later on, though details for those two records have yet to be revealed.
06. Let Down
07. The Steps
08. For You
10. You Don't Know
12. Everyday (Original Version)
13. Every Other Day
Echocord will release Broadwalk Tales in April 2014.