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Soccer96 announces new album Dopamine – hear the title track here

Top notch broken beat pscyh incoming from Moshi Moshi

Soccer96 have announced their new album Dopamine, scheduled for release on September 21 via Moshi Moshi Music.

A duo consisting of Dan Leavers (Danalogue, Snapped Ankles) and Maxwell Hallet (Betamax, The Comet Is Coming), Soccer96’s output centres on ‘outerzonal’ psych-rock, dub and jazz. 

‘Dopamine’ follows 2018’s tape-hued mini-album Rewind. In the space of 10 years – with the duo making their name on the London jazz scene – Leavers and Hallett have transcended their start as a humble DIY outfit, with Dopamine signaling their willingness to venture into more conceptual projects.

The lead, single – the title track – features Nuha Ruby Ra on vocals, who sings from the doubled perspective of human and machine, helping consolidate the album’s theme of an AI taking over a human nervous system.

The band’s sessions with Nuha culminated in a shared vision: a future vision of human-AI codependency, in which both are entangled, based on the giving and receiving of pleasure hormones. The robots’ only source of dopamine is from humans, and vice versa.

“Dependency leads to free-falling integration, a moment of freefall into robotic consciousness. Humans and machines are locked in a dance of addiction,” explains Betamax.

Pre-order the album here