The dance floor-focused Prisma is out on Mule Musiq in May.
It's the Stockholm-based producer's second album of the year for the Japanese label. While January's Dance Of A Trillion Stars was an ambient record, Prisma consists of eight dance floor tracks.
Brikha reveals both LPs were sourced from 50 prospective album tracks that were originally made with one record in mind. Unable to assess the body of work, he sent them to Mule, who selected tracks for two albums.
While Brikha says he, "always makes music to listen to… never intended for a dance floor," the new tunes tell a different story, mixing his Detroit-influenced '90s work with the melodic sound he was known for in the 2000s.
Listen to clips from Prisma.
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 Prisma on May 1st, 2020.