Egyptrixx Shares New Album As Ceramic TL Sign Of The Cross Every Mile To The Border

A new alias and sound for the Toronto producer.

March 16, 2016

As an artist, David Psutka can seem restless. From his dystopic dancefloor visions as Egyptrixx to his heady three hour mixes to the psychedelic ambient folk of ANAMAI, a project with Anna Mayberry of HSY. His debut album as Ceramic TL, Sign Of The Cross Every Mile To The Border, is another local for Psutka to explore unconventional electronic frontiers. The seven tracks, with titles like shards of a wanderer's diary, are freehanded compositions of atmospheres that should be toxic to humans, but you'll want to keep breathing them in. Listen below via FACT, and get the album on March 18 on limited cassette.

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