Lee Pattison and Grayson Shipley will team up with fellow Bristol-based producer Jamie Anderson for a full-length on Harthouse.
Deepgroove and Jamie Anderson will reprise their production partnership on an album due for release later this year.
Anderson is a stalwart in the house and techno scene, starting up his own Artform imprint in the late '90s, before going on to release tracks for labels such as NRK, International Deejay Gigolo, Front Room and 100% Pure. Most of his production ventures of late have been alongside fellow Bristol duo Deepgroove, with the trio notching up singles on Rekids and Cocoon before signing up for an album with the relaunched Harthouse imprint (now named Harthouse Mannheim).
13Machines is their debut album together, and will feature eleven new tracks as well as two tracks from a previously released Harthouse single. Minimal house in various incarnations is the general theme of the record, with the trio exploring tribalism ("Sticks and Stones," "Voix"), bleepy electro-house ("Asylum," "Bugs") and dark techy sounds ("Screaming Trees," "In The Night Garden") throughout.
04. Sticks and Stones
05. Screaming Trees
06. Airtight (Album Version)
09. Psycho (Album Version)
10. Ping Pong
12. In The Night Garden
13. Red Skies
Harthouse will release 13Machines in November 2009.