John Beltran reveals follow-up to his classic 1996 album, Ten Days Of Blue

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  • The Michigan producer's new LP, Moth, is out this fall on the Belgian label De:tuned.
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  • John Beltran has a new album on the way. The Belgian label De:tuned will handle the Michigan producer's new full-length, which follows a pair of albums for Delsin, last year's Everything At Once and Espais, released in 2015. De:tuned says Moth is the long-awaited follow-up to his 1996 ambient techno landmark, Ten Days Of Blue, its nine tracks exemplifying the "timeless Detroit sound." Listen to a clip of "The Returning Dance."
    Tracklist A1 Wet With Rain A2 Flight B1 The Returning Dance B2 Nineteen Eighty Nine C1 Whatever The Road Brings C2 Moth C3 Street Lights D1 My Robot D2 Moving Moons De:tuned will release Moth on October 20th, 2017.