Yesterday, techno artist Florian Meindl returned to his FLASH Recordings imprint for his latest LP, Collide. The album is heavily influenced by Meindl’s recent transition from a digital based production set up to recording mainly analog jamming sessions on his hardware set up including modular systems, an analog mixing desk, and classic machines like the Roland 909. Although not on the album, the aptly titled “XLR8” still bears the hall marks of this new set up with booming drum-machine rhythms and modular synth phrases rattling around on top of thick, buried textures. The nine-track LP was released in all digital stores on May 18—as well as Meindl’s Facebook shop in a limited run 8GB USB Card—with “XLR8” available as a free download below.