Actress Unveils New Album2012-02-21 by Deviant STAFF | 13 Comments
|Dropping almost exactly two years after his critically-acclaimed sophomore album Splazsh, the UK electronic artist has confirmed that his latest album, R.I.P. will be released in April through Honest Jons Records.|
The album is partly inspired by both Milton's Paradise Lost and Jamie James' The Music Of The Spheres, works that Actress (real name Darren Cunningham) revealed to have been reading while making the album.
Cunningham had this to say about the upcoming release: "I can't explain how I made those tracks, it's just impossible. It's like painting with button and sliders... Melting and dripping, seeping yourself liquid into the machinery."
3. Holy Water
4. Marble Plexus
5. Uriel's Black Harp
8. Shadow From Tartarus
9. Tree Of Knowledge
12. Caves Of Paradise
13. The Lord's Graffiti
Honest Jons will release R.I.P. on April 20th, 2012.
Sweet, Splazsh was bangin'.
when i saw the link i figured scarlet johanson was releasing an album or something
Still don't know what happened to Ghettoville
Nice, yeah Splazsh ruled
Most exciting producer around these days. I have a premonition that this is going to be chooooooooong
Have to check this guy out
Nice this should be decent
Digging: clipping. - Splendor & Misery
oh wow, 420
thought this said Alcest for a moment and I was like wtf
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