The album, which is largely centred around ambient and downtempo music, was started four years ago when the artist, also known as Levi Bruce, was recuperating from a broken toe and collecting MIDI samples from a GeoCities archive.
The eight-track project was completed in Montrael with help from fellow Canadian CFCF who added his guitarwork to the project.
According to the press release, ‘Daucile Moon’ takes its name from an “old, obscure Canadian jazz song” and was inspired by “various happy moments, from sharing wine with friends (‘Oenology’) to a dog that Bruce met (‘Simone Can’t Swim’).”
James Ball is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor. Follow him on Twitter
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