The producer otherwise known as The Sight Below will deliver his second album for Room40 next week.
Irisarri is probably most well-known for the ambient-leaning techno he makes as The Sight Below for Ghostly, but the Seattle producer's a busy man. He moonlights as one half of the drone duo Orcas (with Benoit Pioulard), he curates the Substrata festival and also releases solo music on other labels under his real name. Easily the most prominent of the latter category was 2010's The North Bend, released on Lawrence English's Room40 imprint. Irisarri will return to that label for The Unintentional Sea, a slow-moving drone record inspired in part by California's Salton Sea, a saltwater lake that was accidentally created in 1905 during land development efforts. (The manmade landmark was also the inspiration for another album last year.)
Digital will land next week, with physical orders shipping by December 10th.
You can hear the LP's xx closer "Lesser Than The Sum Of Its Parts" here.
01. Fear And Trembling
02. Her Rituals
03. The Witness
04. Daybreak Comes Soon
05. Lesser Than The Sum Of Its Parts
Room40 will release The Unintentional Sea on November 11th, 2013.