London-based French producer Abstraxion’s forthcoming ‘She Thought She Would Last Forever’ LP, mixed by Francis Harris and on which he has already received support from his inspirations and mentors Dan Snaith (Caribou) & John Talabot will be released via his own Biologic imprint, October 10th.
Abstraxion’s second full length ’She Thought She Would Last Forever’ follows his stunning debut LP ‘Break of Lights’ on HAKT Recordings at the end of 2013, and releases on Nicolas Jaar’s ‘Other People’ label. Infusing a stretching dark and dystopian atmosphere throughout the album, while meshing the melancholy with an overarching and swelling euphoria, Harold Boué aka Abstraxion, has now shared a video for the first single ‘Spazieren’ a 10-minute leisurely passage through dystopia that has been crafted with finesse.
The video follows the release of his Spazieren remix EP with Ripperton, Mattheis, Conforce and INIT contributing their own take on the track from his forthcoming LP.
Abstraxion’s career has already seen many highlights, two of which have been the label he runs with Belgian producer DC Salas reaching its ten year anniversary this year and playing in some of the best clubs in the world.