Death In Vegas founder and Daniel Avery collaborator Richard Fearless details first album

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  • Deep Rave Memory was inspired by the industrial area surrounding his London studio.
  • Death In Vegas founder and Daniel Avery collaborator Richard Fearless details first album image
  • Richard Fearless, best known as Death In Vegas, is releasing his a new album in November. Deep Rave Memory is the first full-length under the Richard Fearless name, and it was inspired by the area surrounding his studio, where the Lea and Thames rivers meet. "There's a steel factory on the opposite bank and the sounds of industrial metalwork is incredibly inspirational," he says. "Then you have the continuously growing skyline, too. It's a very Ballardian landscape. You get these party boats that go down the river. You hear drifts of music floating over. I tried to emulate that when I put mixes down, sweeping the effects in and out, catching the delay tales." Fearless is best-known for his Death In Vegas project, which has been running since the mid-'90s. He's also collaborated with Daniel Avery as PSSU, which released an EP last year. Deep Rave Memory comes via Fearless' Drone label. Listen to "Atlas Of Insanity."
    Tracklist 01. Vision Of You 02. New Perspective 03. Devil On Horseback 04. Acid Angels 05. Deep Rave Memory 06. Atlas Of Insanity 07. Driving With Roedelius 08. Broken Beauty Drone will release Deep Rave Memory on November 22nd, 2019.