Lollopy Dripper, the duo's first collaborative record in ten years, is coming out in October.
Due out October 16th, it's the first new Flanger since 2005's Spirituals. As with the project's previous records on Ninja Tune and Friedman's own label, Nonplace, Lollopy Dripper touches on different shades of experimental jazz. The album was produced between April and June 2015 in Friedman's Berlin studio with a similar set-up to the one used for the debut Flanger release, Templates, which came out in 1999. Hayden Chisholm plays saxophone on two tracks—"Sweet Silence" and "Mulch."
For more on Burnt Friedman, read his 2014 interview with Will Lynch here.
A1 Onset, Extended Version
A2 Sweet Silence
B1 Heady Men
C1 Centre Of Unrest
D1 They Don't Know What They Don't Know
D2 Rubberhead Illusion
D3 Cholorphyll Drop Shot
Nonplace will release Lollopy Dripper on October 16th, 2015.