Influential DJ and producer Kerri Chandler has announced a new album called Spaces and Places, to be released through his Kaoz Theory record label. It marks his first album since 2008’s Computer Games and will be released digitally and on vinyl.
Spanning 24 tracks, the album was produced over a four-year period in temporary studios set up at clubs such as Ministry of Sound in London, Knockdown Center in New York, and Lux Frágil in Lisbon. Each track was written and performed live on each club’s dance floor.
Speaking about why he chose to record it this way, Chandler said, “I wanted to express the love of what could be possible in capturing my productions in the venue, from the heart of the space, right on the dance floor.”
Chandler began producing music at the age of fourteen. Since the release of his first single SuperLover/Get It Off, he has released over 100 records.
The record follows a recent EP of his titled Lost & Found Vol. 1, released earlier this year. Last year, he debuted a new live show in London that shared the same name as his upcoming album.