Photography by: Chris Clinton

Kneedelus explores the theory of technological singularity.

Musical polymath Daedelus and Los Angeles-based instrumental quintet Kneebody have teamed up for a collaborative album set for release on Brainfeeder in November.

Titled Kneedelus, the album is described by the label as “a multi-headed beast straddling rock, jazz, and electronic music” that explores the theory of technological singularity, or “the notion that humans and computer technology will increasingly blend together – in spirited and enterprising style.”

While Daedelus is well known for his beat scene credentials and unique live shows, Kneebody have an equally storied career, forming in 2001 and developing a unique style of music that fuses jazz with rock, hip-hop, punk and more.

Kneedelus is released on November 27 – until then you can listen to album track ‘Drum Battle’ below.

Tracklist:

01. Loops
02. The Hole
03. Drum Battle
04. They are We
05. Platforming
06. Home
07. Move
08. Thought Not
09. Rounds
10. Not Love

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