Producer Guillermo S. Herren returns with his first album as Prefuse 73 since 2011.
After releasing eight albums over 11 years, Guillermo S. Herren -- aka Prefuse 73 -- left his longtime label home and spent four years away from the project. Finally, Prefuse 73 is back with a new album and a new label home for its glitchy, left-field electronic music.
Billboard presents the new LP Rivington Não Rio, streaming in its entirety a week ahead of its May 5 release date. The new album comes via Temporary Residence Ltd., after Prefuse 73 spent over a decade on Warp. Check it out below: