(Photo by Katja Ruge) Terence Fixmer has announced details of his debut album for Mute, “Shifting Signals”, out 2 December 2022. Out already is the first single, “Corne de Brume”. For Fixmer it’s a dream coming true as he has always been a big fan of the UK label which housed and still houses a lot of his favorite electronic acts.
“Shifting Signals” is the follow up to 2018’s album “Through the Cortex” and is conceptually based around a vivid sci-fi world where deep space stretches out infinitely and was sparked by a formative childhood viewing of Ridley Scott’s 1979 sci-fi horror classic Alien. “I was totally traumatized but at the same time fascinated by it,” he recalls. “I kept thinking about the images from the film while I was making this album.”
You can listen to “Corne de Brume” right below.
Fixmer has a few live dates coming up as well.
- 16 Sept – KM 25, Paris, FR
- 17 Sept – La Case á Chocs, Neuchâtel, CH
- 23 Sept – Hive, Zurich, CH
- 24 Sept – Futur, Paris, FR
- 10 Nov – C12, Brussels, BE
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