Chris Jones' next album will come out next month on his own imprint, Yard Rec.
The West Coast producer first started working on Goodbye Detroit more than five years ago. It represents the final part of an album trilogy that began with the 2007 CD Deciduous Flood Plains on Concrete Plastic and continued with Celestial Acid, which was released as a cassette on Further Records in 2011. According to the press release, Goodbye Detroit is "an intensely personal album for Yard" that "deals with the built environment and our place in it and leaving it for another realm." As usual for Yard, the eight-track record covers a wide range of experimentally-tinged techno, electro and ambient sounds, culminating in the 12 minute-long title track. It'll be released on the artist's own label, Yard Rec, as a limited edition CD and as a digital pack also featuring remixes from Breath Control (AKA Greg Zifcak, of Eats Tapes) and Mick Chillage.
07. Glowing Moon
08. Goodbye Detroit
09. Drumtime (Breath Control mix)
10. Dirt2 (Mick Chillage Solstice mix)
Yard Rec will release Goodbye Detroit on February 5th, 2013.