Premiere: Hear a Track From the New Deadstock 33s Album

Justin Robertson's Deadstock 33s alias returns for 'Everything Is Turbulence.'
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At the end of next month, Justin Robertson will return as Deadstock 33s for his second album under the moniker.

To be released via Skint Records, Everything Is Turbulence is a collection of 12 engrossing cuts of leftfield electronics. Mirroring the multi-disciplinary artist, the album takes many forms, with dub, balearic, psych, house, and techno influences all shining through. "This is a collection of lysergic soul and atomic machine boogie, stripped down and urgent in places, delicate and dark in others, tight but loose, combining the visceral needs of the dance floor with the rich heritage of years of psychedelic audio research,” Robertson says.

Everything Is Turbulence will be released on September 25, and in the meantime, you can stream haunting album cut "For One Touch"—which also features the vocal stylings of Robertson's wife, Sofia Robertson—in full below.