The Baton Rouge producer's debut will get another look this March.
Suicideyear is the production outlet of James Prudhomme. The album-length Japan collection, originally self-released online, caught the ear of Software boss Dan Lopatin, AKA Oneohtrix Point Never. Prudhomme would go on to work with the label on his follow-up LP, Remembrance. On Japan, Prudhomme hit on a formula mixing the Atlanta trap style of producers like Lex Luger with ethereal, shoegaze-influenced synths.
As the original record included several hard-to-clear samples, Suicideyear has reworked several tracks present on the original release. The re-release will be available in the usual formats, but there will also be a CD packaging both Japan and Remembrance, dubbed DREAM 727.
The visual single for album track "Interest" can be seen below.
Software will release Suicideyear's Japan and DREAM 727 on March 10th, 2015.