The LP, inspired by Belgium’s dance music history, will come out in March on Hotflush.
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Sunset Service is inspired by the musical history of Tim Van de Meutter’s home country of Belgium, incorporating “fragments of EBM, New Beat, trance, rave and techno,” the label says. The LP was made over the course of a year, in which Van de Meutter also released a steady stream of EPs. Two tracks from those—”Zillion” and “From Beyond”—are included here. The other ten tunes are new and unreleased, including two vocal collaborations.
It will be preceded by two singles—”Do Not Freak” and “Out Of Orbit”—which will feature exclusive B-sides.
Sunset Service also marks Van de Meutter’s return to Hotflush, the label where he released his first-ever record back in 2012.
Listen to clips of the first single (and check out the full version of “Do Not Freak” on Spotify).
01. Pudding feat. Nate Brown
02. Do Not Freak
03. From Beyond
04. Out Of Orbit
08. Swimming Upstream
09. Round And Round
10. Sunset Over Coku Tau
12. Eden feat. Stella
Hotflush will release Sunset Service on March 8th, 2019.