As We Were Saying is the first full-length to come out on the Georgian club's label.
It takes inspiration from his extended techno sets on the Tbilisi club's second floor, Höroom. The LP also draws upon the experience of May 11th this year, when Bassiani was raided by armed police, leading to arrests and eventually a thousands-strong protest rave in front of Georgia's parliament.
"From my point of view, this is the voice of a generation that found its freedom in raving," Héctor Oaks says. "To all of you my Georgian brothers and sisters, and anybody who felt touched by this. As we were saying: we dance together."
As We Were Saying is Bassiani's seventh release, following Dadub's Rituals Of Resistance 12-inch from September.
Watch RA's recent film on Tbilisi's club scene below and a teaser for the album here.
A1 Is Imminent
A2 Sounds Violent, Truth Always Is
B1 Forwarded State Of Evidence
B2 As We Were Saying
C2 Afterall, She Had No Reason To Stay
C3 Horoom Reclusion
D1 Improved Motto
D2 Together We Stand
D3 From Here Onwards (Outro)
Bassiani will release As We Were Saying on December 7th, 2018.