Arp Shares New Track "“Nzuku"” Blending Ambient Music, Cosmic Jazz, and Minimalism

'Zebra' will land on June 22 via Mexican Summer.
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Producer and multi-instrumentalist Alexis Georgopolous (a.k.a Arp) has shared "Nzuku," taken from his upcoming Zebra album, out June 22 via Mexican Summer.  

"Nzuku" sees Georgopolous skirt lines between ambient music, cosmic jazz, disco production, and pop songwriting. The track is taken from Zebra, Georgopolous' first full-length for Mexican Summer, and his fifth album in total. It arrives after several years of quiet for Arp, in which Georgopoulos released a collaborative album with Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, started a regular show on NTS Radio, and retreated to the studio to write and record.  We're told to expect a work that references ambient music, spiritual jazz, minimalism, pop, kosmische, and more. 

Three of Georgopoulos’ earlier albums have arrived on Smalltown Supersound. He also released a cassette full-length for Geographic North, released in 2016. 

Tracklisting

01. Halflight Visions

02. Nzuku

03. Flourescences

04. Folding Water

05. Foam

06. Parallelism

07. Moving Target

08 A Clearing

09. Ozu

10. Reading A Wave

11. Fiji

Zebra will land on June 22 via Mexican Summer, with "Nzuku" and "Flourescences" streaming here and here respectively. 

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