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David Douglas has a lot to look forward to in 2017. On March 24th, the producer, artist and video director will release his third artist album, Spectators of the Universe. To be distributed by Atomnation Records, the album follows 2014's Moon Observations and 2012's Royal Horticultural Society. So far, Douglas has released two cuts from the album ahead of its release, "Lucine" and "Highway of Love," that detail the Dutch artist's unique range in electronic production, previewing the lush soundscapes we can expect on the album. And those organic soundscapes aren't on accident, as Douglas seems to channel his namesake who was an 18th century astrologer.
Ahead of the album's release, Douglas has joined EARMILK for a guest mix that includes an eclectic range detailing his signature sound. Listen on our SoundCloud and until March 24th, preorder the album here.