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Dekmantel announce Vedomir, Juju & Jordash albums

Dutch house and techno imprint Dekmantel have revealed details of a forthcoming artist album from mystery producer Vedomir.

The label, which is celebrating its fifth anniversary in 2012, today posted a stream of the album (along with the artwork and full tracklisting) on its Soundcloud page. Some of you may have noticed the label recently slip out a white label 12″ of Vedomir material, evidently as a teaser for the long player.

Entitled Vedomir, a quick listen to the tracks on offer reveals a musically rich take on downtempo deep house. In a move that will please vinyl fetishists, the LP will be released on gatefold double vinyl format, with design duties undertaken by Red Light Radio chief Orpheu de Jong.

Equally exciting is news of a second studio album from Juju & Jordash (aka Gal Aner and Jordan Czamanski), which the duo announced last week. Although details are still relatively scarce, Czamanski told Juno Plus the as yet untitled album would range musically “from nightmare techno to psychedelic folk, 80s industrial to free jazz”.

Dekmantel will release Vedomir in the second week of April, 2012, on 2xLP vinyl format. There’s no word on a release date for the Juju & Jordash album just yet but keep an eye on Juno Plus for more details as they emerge.

Those of you yet to be charmed by the output of Dekmantel should peruse our recent feature here, which comes replete with an exclusive mix from Juju & Jordash.

Tracklisting:

A1. Jump In The Past
A2. Music Suprematism – (Keyboards And Co-Produced By Vasiliy Filatov)
A3. Casserole 80th
B1. Forks, Knives And Spoons
B2. I Don’t Aspire Perfection I Accept That I Have – (Keyboards And Co-Produced By Vasiliy Filatov)
B3. Hello
C1. Scream Of Kind Morning
C2. Dreams
D1. Lullably – (Keyboards And Co-Produced By Vasiliy Filatov)
D2. Orud’ Evo