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Chloé is releasing her 3rd album ‘Endless Revisions’

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After recently releasing ‘The Dawn’, her first track – after a 4 year hiatus since her EP on My Favorite Robot Recordings and a new dawn of her own label Lumière Noire.  Chloé has announced the details of her third studio album ‘Endless Revisions’.

After twenty years at the center of the electronic scene, the enigma that is Chloé still stands. While Chloé has long transcended her image as the “DJette” behind legendary club night Pulp, headlining the Rex as well as clubs and festivals throughout Europe, she returns with his new body of work.

Seven long years in the making, the follow-up to ‘One in Other’ is only the third full-length by the artist, whose high standards translate into scarcity: “I did wait a while to make this album,” she confirms, “because I prefer not to impose deadlines on the full-lengths. To do so would stifle my creativity. Over the past few years, people have come up to me with interesting collaborations. I composed the score for Lidia Terki’s feature Paris La Blanche, worked with the Ircam for a live interactive installation, reinterpreted Steve Reich with percussionist Vassilena Serafimova… These opportunities forced me to leave my studio and encounter other people’s universes, which allowed me to grow. So today, I feel like I have new things to express.”

Endless Revisions’ sonic dreams, which take the listener from dawn into the nocturnal, come together to form a slow-burning suite, harboring its lot of enticing detours, dizzying highs and flashes of brilliance.

Chloé ‘Endless Revisions’ is out on Lumière Noire on 27th October 2017

Tracklist
01. Solarhys
02. Outer Space
03. Recall Feat Ben Shemie (Original Mix)
04. Party Moonster
05. Because It’s There
06. The Dawn (Original Mix)
07. Deepest
08. Androgyne Fest Alain Chamfort (Original Mix)
09. The Ultimate High
10. The Backlash
11. Dune
12. Pendulum
13. Nuit Noire
14. Androgyne (Instrumental Version – Vinyl Only)

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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