SBTRKT releases 'Live' album recorded in London

See video footage of electronic producer perform 'Hold On' and 'Migration'

SBTRKT releases 'Live' album recorded in London

Photo: Joey Maloney/NME

SBTRKT has today released his first live album.

Titled simply 'Live', the album was recorded at a headline gig from the electronic producer at London Shepherds Bush Empire in 2012 and features tracks from his self-titled album from 2011. The live show was also filmed by 12 cameras for a DVD release. Scroll down the page to see video footage of 'Hold On' and 'Migration', both featuring vocalist Sampha.

Both the videos and audio are available to download now, exclusively on iTunes, either as additional tracks on the current album to make up a new deluxe format, or as a standalone release. In addition to this, SBTRKT's label Young Turks will be releasing ‘Live’ as a limited run of 500 LP/DVD packages housed in hand-screen-printed sleeves.

The ‘Live’ tracklist is as follows:

Surely (feat Heritage Orchestra)
Never Never (feat Sampha and Heritage Orchestra)
Heatwave (feat Sampha)
Hold On/Migration (feat Sampha)
Go Bang (feat Heritage Orchestra)
Trials Of The Past (feat Sampha and Heritage Orchestra)
Sanctuary
Evening Glow (feat Sampha)
Wildfire
Right Thing To Do (feat Sampha)

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