Chris Liebing releases his brand new album, Burn Slow on Mute and will play a very special free Burn Slow album launch event tomorrow in Amsterdam.
Album is featuring vocal contributions from a diverse range of artists: Gary Numan, Cold Cave, Mute labelmate Polly Scattergood (onDeadWaves), Miles Cooper Seaton (Akron / Family) and Aleen – out digitally and on CD and vinyl.
As part of a worldwide tour, Chris Liebing recently announced a Burn Slow album launch event today, on Saturday 8 September in Amsterdam. Doors are open from 1pm until 11pm and during his set, Chris will be playing out the album in full for the first time.
“Something super special for me (and hopefully for you) is coming up… To celebrate the release of my new album on Mute, Burn Slow, we are doing a special free album launch in Amsterdam – I hope to see you there!” – Chris Liebing
All Day Long, in association with Loveland, will take place at Kaap Oost Amsterdam, an amazing secluded location on Zeeburg Island, close to Amsterdam. It will be the perfect place to escape the city and burn slow.
The Burn Slow project began its evolution with two remixes, for Depeche Mode’s Going Backwards and Goldfrapp’s Everything Is Never Enough – both artists associated with his new label, which has been an inspiration for Chris Liebing since a young age: “Without realising, a lot of the music I was into came from just one label, Mute. I vividly remember dancing around at my neighbour’s house in the early ’80s to songs by Depeche Mode and Yazoo. Banging my head in dark basements to the likes of DAF, Laibach and Nitzer Ebb to name but a few.”