You'd be forgiven to not know the name of Parisian producer Yann Levasseur. The last time electronic music enthusiasts had the pleasure of hearing his work was between 2000 and 2005 when he produced drum and bass under the alias Earsut, completing seven EPs across a range of labels. Following that period, Levasseur took a hiatus and founded a sound production studio dedicated to advertising.
His latest endeavor is the Le Spectre project, under which Levasseur will release his Analog Monolog EP via Leonizer on September 23. The sound of Le Spectre and Analog Monolog is buried in darkness, an atmospheric and dubby style of experimental beats.
Ahead of the release later this month, we've been given a taste of the EP with a full stream of its opening cut, "Spectre Contre Spectre." As you'll hear in the player above, Levasseur's latest project is deep and somber with rolling grooves at its base.