Having recently announced his debut long player, the appropriately titled It's Album Time, Norwegian producer, musician and edit maestro Todd Terjetoday reveals a brand new tune from the highly anticipated 12-track record.
Premiered via Pitchfork, 'Delorean Dynamite' is a stomping slice of intergalactic boogie built for a dancefloor far far away, with robotic bass and shimmering synth inflections swelling over the course of 7 ecstatic minutes (but you'll wish it was longer) before ushering in an undulating outro, the calm after the space disco storm.
'Delorean Dynamite' and It's Album Time are both set for release on April 7th 2014 via Olsen Records, manufactured and distributed by Kobalt Label Services. Pre-order the album from iTunes and receive an instant grat download of 'Delorean Dynamite', or pre-order from Rough Trade and get an exclusive 7 track CD on release.
Terje will launch his album at London's Oval Space on Saturday March 8th with Bicep and Maurice Fulton, preceded by an appearance at the Bugged Out Weekender in Southport on March 7th.
Full dates are as follows:
1 Mar Panorama Bar, Berlin
7 Mar Bugged Out Weekender, Southport
8 Mar Feel My Bicep @ Oval Space, London
9 Mar Trouw, Amsterdam
10 Apr Elita festival, Milan
11 Apr Palais de Tokyo, Paris
12 Apr Le Sucre, Lyon
23 May Button Factory, Dublin
24 May Love Saves The Day, Bristol
7 Jun Field Day, London
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