Arp, the moniker of New York producer, DJ, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Alexis Georgopoulos, has announced Zebra, his first full-length for Mexican Summer—his fifth album in total. 

The album arrives after several years of quiet for Arp, in which Georgopoulos released a collaborative album with Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, started a regular show on NTS Radio, and retreated to the studio to write and record. 

We’re told to expect a work that references ambient music, spiritual jazz, minimalism, pop, kosmische, and much more.  It’s described as “a post-everything symbiosis of ancient to future psychotropics, emphasizing points of connectivity between far-flung traditions.”

Three of Georgopoulos’ earlier albums have arrived on Smalltown Supersound. He also released a cassette full-length for Geographic North, released in 2016. 


01. Halflight Visions

02. Nzuku

03. Flourescences

04. Folding Water

05. Foam

06. Parallelism

07. Moving Target

08 A Clearing

09. Ozu

10. Reading A Wave

11. Fiji

Zebra will land on June 22 via Mexican Summer, with “Flourescences” streaming in full below.