Loco Dice releases second album, ‘Underground Sound Suicide’

Loco Dice’s first album in seven years Underground Sound Suicide is an amalgamation of both his influences and vision for electronic music. His sophomore LP fuses together sounds from hip-hop and techno, anchored by lead single “Get Comfy” which features a dark, brooding bassline and simmering vocals from acclaimed UK rapper Giggs.

“Get Comfy” is followed by album singles “Sending This One Out,” an intergalactic, synth-laden collaboration with hip-hop veteran Just Blaze, and “Keep It Low,” a menacing nod to his techno roots produced with help from fellow techno stalwart Chris Liebling.

Since his debut artist album 7 Dunham Place in 2008, Dusseldorf’s Loco Dice has continued his growth into one of the most sought after names in house and techno. Releases on labels such as Cadenza, M_nus, Four Twenty, Cocoon or his own Desolat have all showcased his razor-sharp production skills, while anyone who has witnessed him DJ – from Timewarp to DC-10 to his HYTE parties at Amnesia – can testify that few match his ability to soundtrack a night.

Stream the official video to Loco Dice’s ‘Keep It Low’ ft. Chris Liebing 

Following recent collaborations with UK rapper Giggs and US producer Just Blaze, Loco Dice has unveiled new track ‘Keep It Low’ featuring techno heavyweight Chris Liebing. Available now, it is the third single to be taken from Dice’s forthcoming artist album ‘Underground Sound Suicide’, scheduled for release via Ultra Music on October 30th.

The official video itself is a menacing journey of fast-paced short frames with images of gangs, torture and violence interspersed, with Loco Dice bound by a straightjacket in the opening scenes. Immediately setting the tone for the cinematic visuals that follow and also matching the dark, brooding undertones of the track itself, it adds depth to a record that nods firmly to his roots.

About Loco Dice
Loco Dice’s second LP, ‘Underground Sound Suicide’, fuses together sounds from hip-hop and techno resulting in an amalgamation of both his influences and vision for electronic music. Since the release of his debut artist album ‘7 Dunham Place’ in 2008, Dusseldorf’s Loco Dice has grown to become one of the most sought after names in house and techno. Releases on labels like Cadenza, M_nus, Four Twenty, Cocoon and his own Desolat have all showcased his production skills, while anyone who has witnessed him DJ – from Timewarp to DC-10 to his HYTE parties at Amnesia – can testify that few match his ability to soundtrack a night.