The French artist's collaboration-heavy third LP arrives in October through her own label, Lumière Noire.
Endless Revisions is the third LP effort for Chloé Thévenin, and the French DJ and producer's first in seven years, after One In Other, for Kill The DJ, back in 2010. The album features as its centerpiece "The Dawn," a ten-minute track, with vocals from Thévenin's mother Jil, initially released as a single (with a Dixon remix) a couple months ago.
We're told to expect "an experimental sensibility that puts motion before emotion" on Endless Revisions, which is heavier on collaborations than Thévenin's previous albums. Besides Jil Thévenin, the contributors include Alain Chamfort and Suuns vocalist Ben Shemie, along with Rhys Chatham, Nova Materia and Jana. Dune Lunel handled the album’s artwork, while Noémie Goudal provided photography.
Watch a teaser video soundtracked by "Because It's There."
02. Outer Space
03. Recall feat. Ben Shemie
04. Party Monster
05. Because It's There
06. The Dawn
08. Androgyne feat. Alain Chamfort
09. The Ultimate High
10. The Backlash
13. Nuit Noire
14. Androgyne (Instrumental) (Vinyl bonus)
Lumière Noire will release Endless Revisions on October 27th, 2017.