The St. Petersburg bass maestro will release his debut album next month.
Entitled Dissociate, the album shows Kontext further expanding his atmospheric, broken-beat style. While tracks like "Aeromonarch Attacks" and "Bilinguism" frenetically blur the line between dubstep and techno, others like "Plumes" and "On the Bottom of the Glass" implement found sounds and liquid textures in a way that harks back to artists like Monolake or Basic Channel. The record is Kontext's fifth release for Immerse, a Bristol-based label that has previously released artists like TRG, October, Appleblim and Forsaken. It will be available digitally and as a triple-LP.
01. Impossible Being
03. Aeromonarchs Attacks
05. Hometown Swamp
06. Searching for Transcendental
07. Ocean in the Bathroom
08. Convex Curved Mirror
10. On the Bottom of the Glass
Immerse will release Kontext's Dissociate on March 29th, 2010.