James Holden Announces New 12", Extends European Tour

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Techno synthesist James Holden's latest full-length, The Inheritors, has been racking up acclaim from nearly every corner of the music world, certainly keeping the Border Community label-head busy these last few months. He's currently in the midst of supporting Thom Yorke's Atoms for Peace supergroup, after which he'll be jetting off to Europe for a set of his own solo shows. Furthermore, Holden has just announced the release of a new 12" that pulls a track from The Inheritors and supplements it with three alternate versions. With the titles "Tool," "Dub," and "Gibbersolo," each variation of "Circle of Fifth" finds Holden slowly pulling the threads out of his single to discover which parts stand on their own. The record is due out via Border Community on November 11, but a stream of "Circle of Fifths (Tool)," as well as Holden's upcoming tour dates, can be found below.

10/03: War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville, USA (Live – supporting Atoms For Peace)
10/04: Mutek, Mexico City, Mexico
10/05: Bar Americas, Guadalajara, Mexico
10/09: Pepsi Center, Mexico City, Mexico (Live – supporting Atoms For Peace)
10/10: Pepsi Center, Mexico City, Mexico (Live – supporting Atoms For Peace)
10/12: Norad, Denver, USA
10/13: Standard Hotel Rooftop, Los Angeles, USA
10/16: Hollywood Bowl, LA, USA (Live – supporting Atoms For Peace)
10/17: Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, USA (Live – supporting Atoms For Peace)
10/26: Dhoem Dhaam Warehouse Party, Amsterdam, Netherlands
11/02: The Warehouse Project, Manchester, UK (DJ set)
11/07: Club to Club, Turin, Italy (Live)
11/08: Club to Club, Turin, Italy
11/10: Roundhouse Studio, London, UK
11/16: Kazimier, Liverpool, UK
11/23: Border Community x The Hydra, London, UK
11/30: Sonic City, Kortrijk, Belgium (Live)
11/30: Panorama Bar, Berlin, Germany
12/07: La Machine du Moulin Rouge, Paris, France (Live)
12/20: Kong, Munich, Germany
12/31: Abercombrie, Sydney, Australia
01/01: Let Them Eat Cake, Melbourne, Australia