Techno pioneer and DT’s favourite Native Instruments programmer, Objekt, has announced his highly anticipated debut album Flatland will be released October 20th via experimental German label PAN.
Despite garnering praise left, right and centre for his brilliantly original and technical productions, the Berlin-based Brit has so far kept his discography short and sweet. Objekt’s few releases have, however, been spread across some of the most forward-thinking labels in the business, including Hessle Audio, Bleep, Power Vacuum and Leisure System.
Flatland offers up 11 new cuts of diligently crafted techno, collected between 2012 and 2014, imagining “a world in which any scene can be seen from every angle at once.” The album will see a release across all formats, with artwork (above) from PAN’s head honcho Bill Kouligas and Kathryn Politis.
01. Agnes Revenge 02. One Fell Swoop 03. Ratchet 04. Strays 05. Agnes Apparatus 06. Dogma 07. First Witness 08. Interlude (Whodunnit?) 09. Second Witness10. One Stitch Follows Another 11. Cataracts