Published Apr 15, 2011If you felt it was high time San Francisco synth wizards Jonas Reinhardt served up some more glossy Krautrock-inspired jams, you're about to have your mind blown. Following up 2010's stellar Powers of Audition, the outfit are lining up a number of new releases.
Jonas Reinhardt's next full-length release, titled Music for the Tactile Dome, will be issued sometime in mid-May on Not Not Fun, reports Altered Zones. While a tracklisting has yet to pop up, new tune "Eos, the Dawn" simmers with oscillated '70s soundtrack synths and an ethereally hypnotic, low-key drum-machine thump.
You can download "Eos, the Dawn" here via Altered Zones.
"Music for the Tactile Dome is designed for people sitting down with headphones to listen to the album from start to finish," band leader Jesse Reiner said in a recent interview with Self-Titled. "We spent a lot of time on mixing, getting the sounds just right and the concept down so it all flows together in a way that's compelling."
While a new full-length is exciting enough, the group also have a double LP that was produced by space disco mastermind Prins Thomas coming out later this year on his label Internasjonal, which will also release a Jonas Reinhardt twelve-inch. Not a whole of info has been revealed about the Thomas-produced effort, but you can preview some of the tracks on Jonas Reinhardt's SoundCloud account and below.
Jonas Reinhardt - Internasjonal 12" (produced by Prins Thomas) by Jonas Reinhardt