Last year, Nicolas Jaar released his techno project Sirens. We enjoyed it and called it, "immeasurable in terms of style, genre, songwriting, and overall production. It asks questions of society that develop in cohesion through repeat listens."

Now, Nicolas is following up the album with a new book titled Network, which features visuals essays and text contributions from himself as well as post-punk icon Lydie Lunch, designer Linda van Deursen. The idea came from a six-month residency at BBC, where he wrote a radio play where he was inside a "fake BBC-style radio world" and he was rejected for being "too far out."

Network is available for pre-order here.

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