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Fatima Yamaha draws ‘Imaginary Lines’ on new album

The cult Dutch producer's debut full-length lands on November 27

  • Mixmag Staff
  • 10 November 2015

Bas Bron has announced his debut album as Fatima Yamaha titled 'Imaginary Lines' is coming out via Magnetron Music on November 27.

The producer is responsible for Lost In Translation-sampling sleeper-hit 'What's A Girl To Do', a cut that was originally released in 2004 but has enjoyed surging popularity in more recent years thanks to regular play from the likes of Jackmaster and a re-issue on Dekmantel this summer.

'Imaginary Lines' comprises ten tracks of previously unreleased material.

A release party is being hosted in London at The Brewhouse on the day the album drops, while another Fatima Yamaha London date has been locked in for February 4 at Village Underground.

Check out the tracklist below.

Tracklist
01. Shuppatsu
02. Borderless II
03. Love Invaders
04. Only Of The Universe
05. Migratory Floozy
06. Sazak Bay
07. Citizens
08. Sooty Shearwater
09. Night Crossing
10. Imaginary Lines

[Via: RA]

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