Clams Casino Returns with New Album 'Moon Trip Radio,' Shares Lead Single

Hear the producer get back to basics on "Rune"

BY Brock ThiessenPublished Oct 29, 2019

Cult electronic/hip-hop producer Clams Casino has finally pulled back the curtain on his next full-length move. Titled Moon Trip Radio, Clams' next album will arrive November 7. Right now, though, you can get an idea what to expect from lead single "Rune."

As you'll hear below, the track finds Clams Casino getting back to basics and sounding, well, very classic Clams Casino circa 2011. This means that the entirely instrumental "Rune" is plenty heavy on the atmosphere, laying down some eerie synthwork and earth-pounding beats to haze out to.

Hear "Rune" for yourself below.

Unfortunately, the details surrounding Moon Trip Radio are quite vague at this point. However, a press release does explain the following: "A completely instrumental project, drawing from ambient music, contemporary hip-hop, drone and much more, Moon Trip Radio masters a sound that Clams has not only defined over the last decade, but has helped to push forward into new, exciting places."

Clams Casino's last full-length album remains 2016's divisive 32 Levels, which saw the producer branch out with a variety of genre experiments.

Most recently, Clams Casino contributed co-production to Jacques Greene's newly released album Dawn Chorus.

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