The 11-track release, which includes remixes from Lerosa and Black Spuma, lands on Frank Music in the spring.
Over the last two years the German duo has put out two 12-inches through Albert's Frank Music label, each a percussive blend of house, techno and electro sounds. Now it's time for their debut full-length, also coming through Frank Music and due out in May.
Industrie & Zärtlichkeit features nine original productions along with remixes from Black Spuma, AKA Phillip Lauer (of Tuff City Kids) and Fabrizio Mammarella, as well as Lerosa. The album is described as "a journey into all things small," and its announcement comes with a tip: "If you are looking for a soundtrack when repairing your VW Golf 2 Cabriolet, this is your chance."
There's no audio for the LP online yet. For now, listen to a 2016 Moon cut, "Appeal."
01. The Great Attractor
02. Industrie & Zärtlichkeit
05. Cafe Del Landwehrkanal
06. Light Of Virtue
07. MFB Nights (You Needed Someone)
08. Machine Rhythm Tomorrow
09. The Bitter End
10. Industrie & Zärtlichkeit (Black Spuma Remix)
11. Appeal (Lerosa Remix)
Frank Music will release Industrie & Zärtlichkeit in May 2017.