It "links Shed to other boundary-breaking artists, such as Ryuichi Sakamoto, Brian Eno and Carsten Nicolai," according to Monkeytown.
Highly regarded German producer René Pawlowitz's fourth album as Shed—and first since 2012's The Killer—will arrive next month through Monkeytown Records, as we reported in January. (A March 1st release party at London's Pickle Factory was also announced.)
Pre-order links have since begun popping up online, accompanied by a brief but lofty text that promises "a mostly homogeneous" and "self-sufficient" 11-track album with "a vibe that links Shed to other boundary-breaking artists, such as Ryuichi Sakamoto, Brian Eno and Carsten Nicolai." Check out samples for the release at wordandsound for an idea of what that could mean.
02. Razor Control
03. Outgoing Society
04. Black Heart
05. Extreme SAT
07. Taken Effect
09. Turn 2 Turn
10. Call 32075!
11. System Azac
Monkeytown Records will release The Final Experiment on March 10th, 2017.