Due out on Morphine Records, the LP will be the US veteran's first solo full-length since 1988.
This is Cohen's first solo full-length since 1988's Music For Dance And Theater. As reported by FACT, the record was produced in Berlin in September 2014, and was written entirely using Cohen's Buchla Music Easel synthesizer. The nine tracks are made up of "surrealistic textural overlays and industrial miasma," according to the label, and are said to show a deeper, more personal side to the US veteran. The mastering process was handled by Neel at his Berlin studio. Brother I Prove You Wrong will be available as a double-pack vinyl from May.
For more on the Philadelphian synth artist, check out Jordan Rothlein's in-depth profile from last year. You can also listen to Rabih Beaini's recent RA podcast, which features a remix of a Cohen track.
A1. Cloud Hands
A2. Sacred Mountain
A3. Visitors of the Sacred Mountain
B1. The Boy and the Snake Dance
C1. Mankind and Mannequins
C2. Formation of Matter
D2. Cold War II
D3. Go Deeper And Listen
Morphine Records will release Brother I Prove You Wrong in May, 2015.