Everything Is Recorded — the collaborative project from XL Recordings founder Richard Russell — has announced plans for its debut full-length album. The 12-track release will see Russell link up with a string of musicians and artists including Syd, Wiki, and Sampha (who appears on alongside the others on previously released singles “Show Love” and “Mountains of Gold.”) Other features on the album include Kamasi Washington, Giggs and Obongjayar.
The album is set to drop on February 16, and to celebrate its release Russell has announced plans for a three-day music and art installation in east London from February 14 until February 17. The event will feature new works from artist Toby Ziegler and live broadcasts from NTS Radio, with the installation culminating with Everything Is Recorded’s first ever live performance on February 15.
As well as officially announcing the album’s release, Everything Is Recorded has dropped a new single from the project. Titled “Bloodshot Red Eyes,” the single features Infinite, Ghostface Killah‘s son.
Watch the video for “Bloodshot Red Eyes” below. In other music news, details about the new Young Fathers album have been revealed.