DVS1 has a new release on the way.

Zak Khutoretsky (a.k.a. DVS1) kicked off the two decades of HUSH celebrations late last year, marking the occasion with a European tour (which began with The Wall of Sound in Rotterdam). Next up is a double EP from the Minneapolis native: according to a Facebook post Khutoretsky made, the record was originally meant to drop last December, but will now be released at the end of the month, and comes with “a surprise inside.”

HUSH is the umbrella for the parties thrown by Khutoretsky, the first of which was back in ’96, as well as his sound company and label. The forthcoming two disc package is the first new material to drop on the imprint since 2014’s Distress EP.

HUSH 20 will be released as a 2×12″ package on January 30, followed by digital release on February 20. Pre-order it at Bandcamp and stream snippets below.


A1. Decreasing
A2. Lower
B1. Watchtower
C1. Rise
C2. Coding
D1. The Chase