The duo's first album in six years will come out on Monkeytown in February.
Full details are now available for the next album by Mouse On Mars, entitled Parastrophics.
Throughout the '90s and most of the last decade, Jan St. Werner and Andi Toma made playfully avant-garde electronic music that made them key figures in the world of glitch and IDM. They released ten albums in barely more than a decade, then went silent in 2006, making Parastrophics their first body of work in nearly six years. Though the German duo's style has varied considerably from record to record in the past, a one-minute preview of the album shows them largely staying true to form.
Parastrophics will come out in February on Monkeytown Records, one of Modeselektor's labels. Mouse on Mars will preview the album at a concert in Berlin during CTM.
01. The Beach Stop
02. Chordblocker, Cinnamon Toasted
05. They Know Your Name
10. Gearknot Cherry
11. Bruised to Imwimper
12. Baku Hipster
Monkeytown will release Parastrophics on February 24th, 2012.