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Earlier in 2017 Nathan Fake released his keenly anticipated fourth album Providence to rapturous acclaim. FACT hailed it as "career defining...one of the best electronic albums you'll hear in 2017" and DJ Mag made it their "Album Of The Month." On this follow-up EP, Fake delivers a brand new track "Bosky": "a spiky, but warm and pretty raw Roland/Boss Analord-inspired studio jam with synth autoharp improvisation"; calls on Tessela and Truss (XL, R&S, Perc Trax, Poly Kicks) aka Overmono and Huerco S. (Proibito, Software) to rework album highlight "Degreelessness" (feat. Prurient) and additionally showcases the talents of Polish composer and multi-instrumentalist Olga Wojciechowska who submits a stunning modern classical interpretation of "HoursDaysMonthsSeasons." Colored 12" vinyl in a black paper inner sleeve housed in a 3mm spend popes outer sleeve with beautiful artwork by Matt Bateman (Flat-e).