Arnaud Rebotini Launches Black Strobe Records With 'Someone Gave Me Religion'
Black Strobe frontman and all-around Gallic bad ass Arnaud Rebotini (featured in our 100th XLR8R TV episode) has launched a new label, Black Strobe Records. In conjunction with the founding of his label, he will be releasing his second solo studio album, Someone Gave Me Religion. Expanding on the melancholic, black-metal-influenced, techno sound he's known for, Someone Gave Me Religion exposes Rebotini's reverence for the analog hardware of techno's past. Someone Gave Me Religion doesn't come out until May 24, but while you wait, you can get your Rebotini fix by checking out the video for his live show, as well as for the first single, "Personal Dictator," out now on Black Strobe.
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