The duo's next album is due out on InFiné in early April.
Silent Ascent will come out on InFiné Music, which first tapped up Fabrizio Rizzin and Pere Solé back in 2012, commissioning them to remix Cubenx’s "These Days." Two EPs of crackling, bass-heavy electronica for the French label followed: 2012's Trim/Tab and last year's Balt Shakt.
"We're supposed to come up with something: the right words and formulas, the precise tags, genres, microgenres, styles, scenes, etc., that will give you a notion of what to expect from our music," the pair say. "But that would be a lot of silly noise, really. We are obsessive people to say the least, and obsession is not easily shared, nor is it often appreciated. Creating music has always been vital for us. We craft, arrange and sculpt it endlessly until we’re satisfied. Expectations are always high, and the most challenging part is to keep it alive and genuine all the way. This album is us. It is driven by the maddening wait for the conditions to be this 'right' and it embodies all the frustrations and hopes we felt while making it."
You can listen to the title track from Silent Ascent via the SoundCloud player below.
01. Soul Débris
02. Silent Ascent
03. This American Life
04. Hors Phase
05. Balt Shakt I
06. Eiger Dreams
08. Junior High
10. Balt Shakt II
11. Once Mercurial
12. Give Him Your Heart
InFiné will release Silent Ascent on April 7th, 2014.