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Who? In a time when artists are electing to postpone their records in light of the coronavirus, multi-talented artist and producer, Nicolas Jaar, is moving up the release of his fifth solo album, Cenizas, to this Friday and is celebrating with a little listening party over on his Twitch channel.
When? 10 PM CET/ 5 EST on Jaar's Twitch channel.
cenizas stream will start at: 10pm turin 11pm bethlehem 6pm santiago 5pm ny https://t.co/mDqmM872Po https://t.co/E809LttaXN— ℵ (@ℵ) 1585055971.0
Why Watch? Jaar has been on a roll as of late. Between working with FKA Twigs on her sophomore LP, Magdalene, and releasing an album of mutant house tunes under his Against All Logic alias this past January the producer is currently at the top of his game and is showing no signs of letting up any time soon. A notoriously prolific artist with more side projects than you can probably count, it is always feels like a momentous occasion when Jaar makes a return to his namesake solo project. The follow-up to 2016's politically-inspired Sirens, Cenizas ventures down more ambient avenues with nods to drone and jazz as seen through an experimental electronic lens. It's dark and moody but also strangely beautiful and lush all at the same time, making it one of Jaar's most enigmatic body of work to date.
Photo courtesy of Nicolas Jaar