Jay Haze is preparing for an LP release under the moniker at the end of October.
He's really not messing around is he? A run that began with the release of Jay Haze's 2008 Love & Beyond LP, passing a mix for the wildly popular Fabric series and numerous club-facing singles will culminate in the arrival of a second Fuckpony album in late October. The project, which began life as a duo owing to the inclusion of fellow Berliner Samim, is now solely a vehicle for Haze's explorations into the warped undercurrent of house.
Ellen Allien's BPitch Control imprint are set to put-out Let The Love Flow, re-establishing a link with Haze that dates back to 2007's DBX and Fabric employee tribute "Lady Judy." The talk surrounding Haze's latest is of an "angular, sharp-edged pop" theme that bleeds over ten tracks, all of which were said to be built from the ground up. Or, in other words, without samples. The man himself takes to the mic for all of the the album's vocal cuts barring "Fall Into Me" (which features Chela Simone and Laila Tov) and "I Know It Happened" which again features Simone.
01. R U Feeling Abroad
02. I'm Burning Inside
03. I Know It Happened feat. Chela Simone
04. Real Love Is Forever
05. Orgasm On The Dancefloor Saturday Night
06. Fall Into Me feat. Chela Simone And Laila Tov
07. A Pills Medley
08. You Can't Touch But Feel Free To Look
09. Always Sunday
10. Let The Love Flow
BPitch will release Fuckpony's Let The Love Flow on October 26, 2009.