The Devil's Walk
Free Mute Tonal Evidence CD sampler with all releases in Mute 4.0
Re-released as part of Mute's 40th anti-versary celebrations, Mute 4.0 (1978 > Tomorrow). The Devil's Walk is Apparat's first solo full-length since 2007's Walls. Since then, the Berlin-based artist has spent most of his time working with Modeselektor as Moderat, putting out an acclaimed lp in 2009 and touring the world with a visually-enhanced live show. The album first took shape last year during an extended stay in Mexico: working in a studio in the town of Sayulita, Apparat wrote much of it with the help of Fredo Noguerira and Telefon Tel Aviv member Joshua Eustis. Upon returning to Europe, he finished the album with Patrick Christensen, of the Shitkatapult group Warren Suicide.
CD - Eco-Digipak with 8 Page Booklet.
LP+ - Limited Edition Violet Vinyl. First Time on Coloured Vinyl. 500 Copies Only.