The album reflects the serenity of Raycord’s countryside home. According to the press release, his lifestyle “suits his sensitive nature, the warmth of which permeates and humanises the analog electronic sounds he channels”.
Ruban-Ruban, which is a literal translation of Reel-to-Reel in French, sees Raycord re-recording “‘his tracks on open reel tapes in order to confer new possibilities to his music, allowing him to makes changes to the speed and to inverse sounds”.
The first single lifted from the forthcoming album is the ethereal ‘Wurlitzer à Nu’, named after the Wurlitzer pianos. Don’t let your ears miss it.