by: Alex Lambeau
Aug 18, 2023
The master of IDs Boris Brejcha is back with an announcement many that have been waiting for. “Vienna” featuring Malena Narvay marks the beginning of Brejcha’s upcoming LP and his first since 2021’s Never Stop Dancing, Level One. Released via his own Fckng Serious record label, “Vienna” comes in the wake of July’s acid heavy single “You Can Forever Be” with Deniz Bul and Moritz Hofbauer and is paired with a forward-thinking music video which plays along to the creativity of Brejcha’s music production.
A crossover track between minimalist techno and pop, “Vienna” is a distinct listening record that goes far beyond a club-designed bassline. While the rest of the album’s direction is currently unknown, it seems that Boris will guide Level One into a project that defies genres and takes risks. Slated for a release in early 2024, the masked icon still has a plethora of time to add to the collection of album singles. Using his colorful, eye-catching visual productions, Brejcha has vaulted himself into one of the leading artists for audio-visual performances. Following a passion for some of the world’s most beautiful destinations, Boris’s upcoming music videos with only further his reach as one of techno’s leading and most innovative producers.
After a well-received 2023 Coachella closing performance at the Sahara tent, it was only a matter of time before Brejcha announced a headline show in Los Angeles. Now playing for more than just an hour, Brejcha will take his ID filled sets and new album singles to Grand Park in downtown. Tickets are still available to purchase here.
Featured image: Felix Hohagen