Amon Tobin's new album was made with a broken Suzuki Omnichord

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  • Long Stories, the follow-up to April's Fear In A Handful Of Dust, is out next month on his label Nomark.
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  • Amon Tobin has announced a new album, Long Stories, on his own label Nomark. The LP is meant to act as a companion piece to this April's Fear In A Handful Of Dust, which was the Brazilian producer's first full-length in eight years. According to the press release, much of Long Stories was made with only one instrument—a broken Suzuki Omnichord, a 1980s instrument originally designed to be an electronic autoharp substitute. Tobin describes the lead single, "One Shy Morning," as "the sound of Margot Robbie riding a unicorn into the sun right before the world explodes and all that's left is a ghost of love." This year also saw Tobin launch his own imprint, Nomark, which has so far released records by his aliases Two Fingers and Only Child Tyrant. Revisit our 2012 feature on Tobin. Listen to "One Shy Morning."
    Tracklist 01. One Shy Morning 02. Full Panther 03. Sounds Like Moths 04. Red Moon 05. Clear For Blue 06. Long Stories 07. Dust For A Duster 08. Brushed Aluminium Reeds 09. Atkinson Sky 10. Feed Nomark will release Long Stories on October 25th, 2019. Photo credit: Jesse Stagg
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