The Hacker will release a new album on Dark Entries in November.
For Le Théâtre des Opérations, Michel Amato crafted eight analog tracks that look to his primary influences: EBM and avant-garde techno. Dark Entries references Front 242, Jeff Mills, Dopplereffekt and SPK as sonic touchstones for the new album, which takes its title from a metaphysical journal by the Canadian science fiction writer Maurice G Dantec. Amato's longtime collaborator Caroline Herve, AKA Miss Kittin, contributes vocals on "Time X," a cut referencing French television show Temps X.
Le Théâtre des Opérations comes in the midst of a prolific year for Josh Cheon's label, including new and archival releases from Severed Heads, Bill Converse and Helena Hauff.
Listen to "Underwater Sequence."
A1 Underwater Sequence
A2 Frozen Voices
B1 Time X feat. Miss Kittin
B2 Dancing Mekanik
C1 Dark Neon
C2 Body Diktat
D1 Complicated Dances
D2 Camisole Chimique
Dark Entries will release
Le Théâtre des Opérations on November 15th, 2017