The English producer's third album for Hypercolour will be out March 1st.
Glad To Be Sad is the versatile artist's third album for Hypercolour. As the title suggests, the music is full of bittersweet melodies, spanning funky strains of acid, IDM and techno.
It'll be DMX Krew's 19th full-length album since 1996, when he released his Rephlex debut Sound Of The Street. Glad To Be Sad will also mark 25 years since the artist, AKA Ed Upton, began releasing music. Hypercolour will release the LP March 1st.
Read our 2016 interview with Upton.
Listen to "Jagged."
01. Shell Game
02. Spare Parts
03. Gate Output
04. Mystic Revelation
05. Dark Moon
06. Home Made (Part 2)
07. Metal Mod Beat
11. Non Entity
12. Winter Dance
Hypercolour will release Glad To Be Sad on March 1st, 2019.