The LP is also inspired by turntablism, Detroit electro and ghetto house.
Parisian producer Low Jack is releasing his next album on Manchester label Modern Love.
While Low Jack has made his name producing noisy techno for labels like L.I.E.S. and The Trilogy Tapes, the footwork-inspired Lighthouse Stories looks back to his teenage obsession with turntablism, Detroit electro and ghetto house.
According to the label, the “futuristic” album is reminiscent of Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir, Ultradyne, Shangaan electro and Actress “at his most submerged.”
The album is Low Jack’s third, following 2014’s Honduran music-inspired Garifuna Variations on L.I.E.S. and last year’s Sewing Machine for In Paradisum.
Lighthouse Stories is released on March 25. You can listen to album track ‘Coquelin Cloerac (steps)’ below.
A1. Saab Prelude (Radio)
A2. Six In The Morning
A3. Thin Platforms
A4. Coquelin Cloarec (Steps)
A5. Coquelin Cloarec (Emotions)
B1. Judo Coaster
B3. An Other Swim (Skit)
B4. Feigned Confidence
B5. Blinking Lights Sheep