It's the Ukrainian producer's first full release on Krill.
The Ukrainian techno artist says he made the album by assembling tracks recorded over a three-year period, and he notes somewhat cryptically, "I think this record represents a phase."
As with most of Tolkachev's releases, the album will feature his own visual art on the cover. Krill Music, a Berlin-based label originally founded six years ago in Buenos Aires, is having it pressed in Argentina to support "the growth of the Latin American vinyl industry."
Tolkachev, who previously appeared on Krill Music with a track on a sampler 12-inch nearly two years ago, just put out a new EP on Mord. Rivet's Pohjola outlet repressed his 2011 ten-inch Why Are You So Frightened. He also recently shared a stream of an electro tune that's apparently coming out Umwelt's New Flesh label next year.
Listen to samples for It Will Be Too Late Then.
A1 Ball Of Fire
A2 OK. U Can Mix This One
A3 Draw Me A Seal
B1 Double Damage
B2 The Dirty Water
C1 Truth Be Told
C2 This Game Has No Name
D2 You Spoil Everything
Krill Music will release It Will Be Too Late Then soon.
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