Zaheer Gulamhusein has teamed up with Justin Tripp for a new album as STRING on Hamburg label V I S.

Gulamhusein is an Ismaili who produces, releases, and performs electronic music as Xvarr. With Tripp, who releases as Georgia alongside Brian Close, he presents “an immersive exploration of the unknown,” we’re told, realising a “virtual vacation” from which he and Tripp “never returned.”

Without defining the scope, STRING tumbled through “a dark musical zone that stretched to the horizon, letting the sound shape itself while falling discreet into an appealing abstract space,” the label explains. We can expect a “truly authentic aural hardware journey” that’s hauntingly adventurous, calm, and surprising.

There are eight tracks, or “weightless, fluid clouds,” each “rendered in swirling sci-fi noir tones, siren-like chorales, and plangent off-planet pads.” The sound sits adjacent to Coil, Conrad Schnitzler, Werkbund, and Jeff Mills’ “deep space missions.”

Last Index Of​.​.​.follows the German label’s Ditterich von Eulberg-Donnersberg album. It comes in an edition of only 300 copies, housed in individually numbered heavy duty carton sleeves.


01. Phase Transition
02. Age Of Tide
03. World Line
04. Plus Operator
05. Degrees Of Freedom
06. Fringe
07. Kepler Mire
08. From The End To The Beginning

Last Index Of​.​.​.LP is scheduled for April 29 release. Meanwhile, you can stream “Age of Tide” in full below and pre-order here.