The experimental producer's second LP will land on Break World Records in July.
The Virginia-based artist, formerly known as E+E, signed to Break World in February for a two-album deal. Now she's shared details of her forthcoming LP, a follow-up to her breakthrough American Drift, which landed on FaltyDL's Blueberry Records last year.
Demon City will feature collaborations with like-minded experimental artists Why Be, Rabit, Chino Amobi and Lexxi. It is written as an epic poem, the label says, in what Crampton calls the "Severo style" ("severo" means "severe" in Spanish). "The Severo style is an accumulation or accretion," says Crampton, "an ongoing process of becoming-with, made possible by the family-networks and communities that have inspired and sustained our survival and collective search for transformative justice."
Crampton also re-released her 2013 album as E+E via Total Stasis last month, which you can read about here. She spoke to RA's Maya Kelev for a Breaking Through feature as well.
Check out the first single, "Dummy Track," featuring Why Be and Chino Ambio.
01. Irreducible Horizon
02. After Woman
03. Dummy Track
04. Demon City
05. Children Of Hell
07. Red Eyez
Break World Records will release Demon City on July 22nd, 2016.