Prins Thomas has made his new album ‘Principe Del Norte’ available to stream.
The Norwegian producer’s fourth LP finds him exploring a more ambient sound that brings to mind synth pioneers like Terry Riley, Steve Hillage and Manuel Göttsching.
Thomas described the album as an “ode to late-‘90s ambient music”, according to NPR.
The album follows the release of the producer’s disco-orientated mix ‘Paradise Goulash’ last year. Thomas’s last solo album, ‘Prins Thomas III', came out in 2014.
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