Forever Is Orchestra is out now.
The American artist, real name Brendon Whitney, died of a heart attack this past spring. Earlier this month, Anticon put out a collaborative record with vocalist Doseone called Less Is Orchestra, which featured Whitney's final recordings—and "the album they'd been meaning to [make] for twenty years."
Now the Los Angeles label is releasing an instrumental version called Forever Is Orchestra, focusing on solely Whitney's production, which the press release describes as "ride-out Zelda G-funk, chopped-and-screwed IDM, emotional-industrial music and clean glitch echoing through a zero-gravity field of ice crystals." (It also states that the album was influenced by Whitney's life living in Portland, Maine and working a nine-to-five job.)
All proceeds from the release will go towards Whitney's family.
Listen to the album or check it out on Bandcamp.
01. Fact Colossal
02. Top Billin II
03. The Deadener
04. Rattle The Cage
05. Don't Feed The Animal
06. The Doghawk
07. Derby Of Days
08. Ugly Is An Egg
10. The Kraken
Forever Is Orchestra Redux is out now via Anticon.