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Dedekind Cut is streaming his new album’s B-side on Wikipedia

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  • Louis Anderson-Rich
  • 8 November 2016

Dedekind Cut is currently streaming the B-side to his upcoming album on Wikipedia.

‘$uccessor’ is available on vinyl and cassette this Friday through NON Worldwide / Hospital Productions, but you can listen to the B-side and hidden free bonus tracks over on the encyclopedic website now.

The experimental producer thanks trans artist Juliana Huxtable, minimalist composer Philip Glass, hip-hop producer DJ Shadow and Ninja Tune among others on the liner notes to his debut album.

He also writes: “My art is my air, 100% as free as I want it to be right now with no allegiance to any instrument, or DAW.”

‘$uccessor’ follows Dedekind Cut’s - formerly Lee Bannon, real name Fred Warmsley – ‘American Zen’ limited cassette which came out earlier this year.

Stream side-B of ‘$uccessor’ here.

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