Dust, the producer's fourth full-length, will land via Gold Panda's label in June.
Glitterbug has an album coming on June 9th called Dust.
"It’s not by chance that Dust is being released on Gold Panda's [Notown] label," says Glitterbug, real name Till Rohmann. The Berlin-based artist says the record is inspired by Gold Panda's 2013 LP, Half Of Where You Live.
"It picks up the pieces from that record's celebration of modern urbanity and manmade things," he says. "Dust takes this notion a step further and explores the urban shadows of the forgotten, the stories of our cities that remain untold, past landscapes that evaporated and memories left behind over time. It's about memories, traces of things and people that were, urban subtexts and long gone landscapes and the life that inhibited these places."
He adds: "I gave the first tracks, among them "Apparition" and "Far Far Light," to Gold Panda because I wasn't really sure what to make of it. While waiting though I realised that I'd just started to walk my first baby steps with a new album." The LP was recorded at Rohmann's studio in Berlin using a mix of analogue gear, including a 35-year-old Yamaha CS15, alongside newer digital technology.
You can listen to one of Dust's tracks, "1st Of July," via the SoundCloud player below:
02. Silent Glory
03. 47th Floor
05. Far Far Light
06. When The City Was Bare
07. The Stars Behind The Light
09. 1st Of July
10. Look Around
Notown Recordings will release Dust on June 9th.