A pack of remixes sourced from Cooper's debut album Human is on the way, along with a seven-stop North American tour.
Following on from his first album Human, released in March, five artists have been tasked with reworking Cooper's cinematic, melodic techno on an EP called Inhuman. It starts with the extended dancefloor version of "Supine" from Cooper himself, before Rodriguez Jr., Lusine, Harvey Mckay, Jack Dixon and Olaf Stuut take over with one remix each. The EP is being put out in two parts, the first dropping today and the second on May 12th. Check out Lusine's contribution below.
Along with Inhuman, Cooper will embark on a tour of North America later in the month, with seven live/DJ gigs confirmed including three festival bookings. First up is a night in Brooklyn on Friday the 23rd, and on Sunday the 25th he'll appear at Movement in Detroit as well as California festival Lightning In A Bottle. Gigs in Seattle and Calgary will lead to an appearance at MUTEK and Elektra's joint festival EM15 in Montreal, before the tour winds down in Toronto on the 31st.
01. Supine (Original)
02. Supine (Rodriguez Jr Remix)
03. Woven Ancestry (Lusine Remix)
04. Fallen Von Der Klippe (Harvey McKay Remix)
05. Automaton (Jack Dixon Remix)
06. Woven Ancestry (Olaf Stuut Remix)
Fields will release Inhuman in two parts, on April 28th and May 12th, 2014.
May 22 Lightning in a.., San Antonio Resevoir Recreation Area, Los Angeles May 23 Max Cooper, Glasslands Gallery, New York May 24 Movement 2014 - Day 1, Hart Plaza, Detroit May 27 EM15, TBA - Montreal, Montreal May 27 Max Cooper, Q Nightclub, Seattle May 29 Max Cooper, Habitat, Calgary May 31 Max Cooper, Coda, Toronto