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Loraine James releases new album under Whatever The Weather alias: Listen

The album finds her in more improvisation-based territory than her records for Hyperdub

Loraine James releases new album under Whatever The Weather alias

Loraine James has released her first album under her new alias, Whatever The Weather.

The self-titled record, out on Ghostly International, was first announced in February. Standing in contrast to her records under her given name for Hyperdub, 'Whatever The Weather' combines IDM with keyboard improvisations and vocal experimentation.

The new album marks James' first appearance on Ghostly International, and is available digitally, as well as on CD and vinyl. James first revealed the record alongside lead track '17°C'.

Listen to the album in full below.

Revisit DJ Mag's 2021 interview with Loraine James, around the release of last year's 'Reflection' LP, here. Find our Album of the Month review of the same record here.