My new album, Down to Dusk: Rural Sounds Volume 2 is out now!
Seven years after my debut album, Boom Bap Sunrise, I’m excited to announce this new 7-song release of downtempo and chillout music called Down to Dusk. Check out a preview below:
This album is very much a follow up to Rural Sounds Volume 1. But unlike Boom Bap Sunrise, the songs on Down to Dusk were all written at night, so the sound is much darker, more introspective. I try to brighten the mood though, and end the record on a redemptive high note.
Here’s the track list:
- The Man Called Thursday
- Chilling Interlude 1
- August Spies
- The Great On We
- Chilling Interlude 2
- Hosanna, Superstar
Here’s the official first look at the cover for my new album! As you can tell from the giant letters, the release is called Down to Dusk: Rural Sounds Volume 2.
The cover art is by Kenji Nakayama, who also provided the art for Rural Sounds Volume 1, and the design is by Amy Pryor-Swayne who designed the cover for Volume 1 as well.
By the way if you’re on the mailing list you may have already seen this image, and previewed the first single from the album, which is called “Getaway.” Sign up below if you want to hear it!
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Updates on the new album are coming soon. In the meantime, here’s a slight throwback with some freeness thrown in.
In 2011, I produced a deep house single called Escapism parts 1 and 2, and released it via Stilnovo Music. The label has now made it available for download – for a limited time – for free. Well, technically, it’s “name your own price,” but I imagine you’ll want to get it for nothing if you can.
You can get it right here: Zane Tate -Escapism
So click away if you like deep house music! And feel free to let me know on my Facebook page if you do pick it up.
It’s hard for me to believe that it’s been seven years since I released Boom Bap Sunrise. But the followup is on the way. More news to follow soon…