November 17, 2013 9:55

SBTRKT shares new music online - listen

The producer posted the untitled snippet onto YouTube

Electronic producer SBTRKT has shared new music online.

The musical project of Aaron Jerome, he released his self-titled debut album in 2011. He has now posted a 2:38 long snippet of music onto YouTube, the untitled track described as "further audio and visual experiments. visuals co-collaboration lorenzo durantini + a hidden place". Click above to listen to the music.

The new clip also links to 'IMO', which was posted in September of this year, an unmixed taster from the sessions for his new album. Scroll down to listen.

At the start of 2013 SBTRKT released his first live album. Titled simply 'Live', the album was recorded at a headline gig from London Shepherds Bush Empire in 2012 and features tracks from his self-titled album. The live show was also filmed by 12 cameras for a DVD release. SBTRKT's label Young Turks released 'Live' as a limited run of 500 LP/DVD packages housed in hand-screen-printed sleeves.


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