Space Dimension Controller has uploaded a new album containing a host of unreleased tracks.
Through his DJ sets and production, Space Dimension Controller has established a certain style. Day-gloy Futurism with a goofy smile on its face, the Northern Irish producer harks back to the glory days of 80s synthetic funk without taking himself too seriously.
Yet it seems that this wasn't always his forte. This morning (June 12th) the Belfast based producer uploaded an entire album's worth of ambient material.
None of it has seen the light of day before, and it's almost a complex inverse of recent album 'Welcome To Mikrosector-50'. Predominantly beat-less, it focuses on sparse atmospherics and light textures - at times bordering on the maudlin.
Influenced by the likes of Eno and early Aphex Twin, the album is named 'toy consumer' with Space Dimension Controller commenting: "tapes and synths and belfast 18 year old problemz".
Listen to it now.
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