New music from Laurel Halo: this time it's "ambient drift and deep harmonic passages," and the album is called Chance of Rain. It's coming out on Hyperdub, which means a chance of awesome, and the release date is Oct. 28. The Ann Arbor-to-Brooklyn electronic music chanteuse has dabbled in styles like witch house, dream pop and experimental electronic music; Chance of Rain will the follow up to 2012's debut album Quarantine. She has tour dates this Fall, and will be at the Electronic Beats Festival in Berlin.
Check out a sampler of her previous album below.
FactMag adds "The tracks on the album are apparently fleshed out versions of live hardware improvisations, a move not unknown to Hyperdub considering the work King Britt has been doing for the label under his Fhloston Paradigm moniker. Halo also recorded all the keys she sampled for the album."