The Houston-based experimental producer returns.

Eric Burton, aka Rabit, has had a busy 2016. Not only has he already released one full-length – the odds-and-ends collection Excommunicate – but he’s been spotted collaborating with both Lee Bannon and NON’s Chino Amobi and running his own imprint Halcyon Veil on the side.

Yesterday, with little fanfare, Burton quietly dropped Supreme, a 10-track album that’s limited to only 100 copies. The album is made up of one long “mixfile” that’s been split into movements and four edits, and it explores Rabit’s more industrial, ambient side, using twisted, manipulated vocals to create thick walls of ominous drone.

Supreme is out now and can be purchased from Rabit’s webshop.

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