The Los Angeles based producer will drop his fourth full-length this November.
Robot Koch will release the Hypermoment LP via Monkeytown Records on November 6th.
The former Berliner relocated to LA during while working on the 11-tracker, his first since 2011's The Other Side. The album was recorded in his new home, Silver Lake, the nearby Joshua Tree National Park, plus New York and Berlin. As in the past, Robot Koch worked with a raft of collaborators on Hypermoment, including LA-based producer Schwarzmodul, Delhia de France and Curtain Blue. The LP, the first to feature Koch's voice, takes a personal tone according to the label "dealing with breakups, culture clashes, and transitions."
The album's concept was inspired by a quote from English writer Alan Moore, author of The Watchmen, which reads: "I've come to think that the universe is a four-dimensional site in which nothing is changing and nothing is moving. The only thing that is moving along the time axis is our consciousness. The past is still there, the future has always been here. Every moment that has existed or will ever exist is all part of this giant hyper-moment of space-time."
Listen to an edit of "Circles (feat. Curtain Blue and Delhia De France)" below.
01. Circles feat. Curtain Blue and Delhia De France
02. Dreams feat. Stephen Henderson
03. Kalimba feat. Malte Beckenbach
05. Eclipse feat. Julien Marchal
06. Spine feat. Fassine
07. Separated feat. Mree
09. Dark Waves feat. Delhia De France
10. Night Drive feat. Schwarzmodul
11. Care feat. Julien Marchal
Monkeytown Records will release Hypermoment on November 6th, 2015.