The experimental artist's latest album, Air Lows, is her first for Kiran Sande's label.
The label says the eight-track LP, called Air Lows, was prompted by a "late-flowering interest in techno and club music," and was recorded in Italy and Berlin. The album is also informed by musique concrète, Japanese minimalism and techno-pop. In the six years since releasing her first full-length, Love Tape, Kastel's prolific output has spanned various styles of vocal- and electronics-based experimental music. She's also part of Ninni Morgia Control Unit, a trio whose past releases have incorporated jazz, noise and industrial music. Her first release for Blackest Ever Black, a cassette-only mix called Bibula Harena, came out late last year. Air Lows is out next month.
03. Air Glow
04. Air Mob
05. Heart 2 Tape
07. Concrete Void
08. The Closer The Stranger
Blackest Ever Black will release Air Flows on November 10th, 2017.