Twitter went into a frenzy when Skrillex shared on his Instagram a picture of Gesaffelstein and tweeted that he had just been playing the French producer’s new album. This announcement excited fans, especially since Gesaffelstein has only released two full-length albums: “Aleph” in 2013 and “Hyperion” in 2019.
Gesaffelstein’s just played us his new album my gaaawd 🤌🤯🤌 pic.twitter.com/hVO07IozbN
— Skrillex (@Skrillex) March 6, 2023
While there is no official confirmation of a forthcoming album from Gesaffelstein, the news of a potential release is more than enough to get fans excited. The producer has been keeping busy collaborating with other artists, such as Kanye West on his most recent album “Donda”. Gesaffelstein is credited as a “composer/producer” on several tracks, including “Jesus Lord”, “No Child Left Behind”, and “Jesus Lord pt. 2”. He has also worked on Kenyan-American rapper KayCyy’s album “TW20 50”, producing and co-writing tracks such as “Okay!”, “Love & Hate”, and “The Sun”.
Gesaffelstein’s previous album, “Hyperion”, featured collaborations with The Weeknd, Pharrell, HAIM, and many others.
When we think of Gesaffelstein’s music we think dark, brooding beats and intricate production. He has been credited with pioneering the “dark techno” genre, which has since become popular in the dance music world. His collaborations with artists such as The Weeknd have also helped him reach a wider audience.
While we don’t know much about Gesaffelstein’s upcoming album, we can expect it to be full of surprises and innovative sounds. The producer has a reputation for pushing boundaries and experimenting with new sounds, and fans can’t wait to see what he has in store for them.
In conclusion, Skrillex’s announcement of a new Gesaffelstein album has sent fans into a frenzy, and we can only hope that the producer’s next release will be available on streaming platforms soon. Until then, we’ll be eagerly anticipating further updates and preparing ourselves for what is sure to be an innovative and boundary-pushing album from one of the most exciting producers in the dance music world.
Those heading to watch the new Keanu Reeves movie ‘John Wick 4’ will also get a slab of dark electro with Gesaffelstein’s “Hate or Glory” making a feature.