The ambient-leaning Dance Of A Trillion Stars is out this month.
The Stockholm-based producer's first album since 2007 spotlights his affinity for slower, trance-influenced compositions. Mule head Toshiya Kawasaki told RA the ambient-leaning LP precedes a dance floor-focussed full-length due later this year.
Brikha has chalked up classic releases, like his 1999 debut LP Deeparture In Time, for venerated labels like Transmat and Peacefrog Records over his decades-long career. He put out an EP, Pattern Recognition, on Mule last year.
Listen to clips from "Dance Of A Trillion Stars."
A1 A Cautious Gaze
A2 Forward Motion
A3 Dance Of A Trillion Stars
A4 Through My Sober Eyes
B1 A Lifetime Ago
B2 Everything Was Here First
B3 Thrive On Chaos
B4 She's My Everything
Mule Musiq will release Dance Of A Trillion Stars on January 24th, 2020.