The Knife's Olof Dreijer co-produced one of ten tracks from the album, which is out November 9th.
Jam Rostron's fourth album, called Powerhouse, was recorded between Los Angeles, New York, London and Berlin, where the experimental pop and dance music artist now lives. Several of the LP's tracks tackle themes of gender and class identity, while others are dedicated to family members.
The album, which is out November 9th, also features a co-production credit for The Knife's Olof Dreijer, AKA Oni Ayhun. The LP's first single, "Transome," is out now. Powerhouse is Rostron's first full-length since 2014's All Love Is Legal, and their second on DFA after 2011's W.
Watch the video for "Transome."
Revisit Planningtorock's 2011 RA podcast.
03. Dear Brother
04. Somethings More Painful Than Others
05. Much to Touch
06. Jam Of Finland
07. Non Binary Femme
08. Piece Of My Mind
09. Beulah Loves Dancing
10. Power House
DFA and Human Level will release Powerhouse on November 9th, 2018.
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