Geir Jenssen (a.k.a. Biosphere) has announced that he will be reissuing his 1994 album Patashnik this June.

Norwegian producer Jenssen kicked off his work as Biosphere in the early ’90s with a string of ambient records renowned for their icy, slightly unsettling qualities, of which Patashnik was the first full-length (following his more techno-oriented debut LP, Microgravity, which also got the reissue treatment last year). It was originally released via Apollo, but will be re-released via Jenssen’s own Biophon this June, with an accompanying bonus disc of new material.

Patashnik will be re-issued on June 10 as a double vinyl pack, CD and digital album, and can be pre-ordered via Biosphere’s Bandcamp (where full streams of the tracks are also available).