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Beck To Start Work On Next Album
Next week, Beck plans to start working on his eighth album, the follow-up to last year’s Sea Change. The new material is going to be louder and more rock-oriented than his last LP. Beck told the upcoming release is “pretty aggressive. I’ve been working on it for a while, but I ended up doing Sea Change first. I’ve been wanting to do a record with loud guitars for a long time.”
The new recordings will likely be a blend of some older material Beck wrote around the time of 1999’s Midnite Vultures and songs that sound similar to his earliest recordings. Beck said, “My early stuff was a lot more punked out and noisy. I didn’t really let myself use big guitars for a lot of years. The early ’90s was so saturated by big guitars that I became really interested by what I could do if you took all the guitars out–with the space that was left.”
Beck will record the tracks at multiple studios and plans to work with the Dust Brothers, Dan The Automator, and Timbaland on the production of the new album.