This autumn Bernard Fevre returns with ‘Black Moon, White Sun’ his 7th album as the Black Devil, a mask he has worn since 1978 to conjure up analogue disco dreams from the ether and cast a spell over dancefloors around the world. Released on the ancient festival of Samhain (October 31st) when the barriers between our world and the next are said to be thinnest, ‘Black Moon, White Sun’ is your own personal gateway to an altered state of mind. Following on from 2011’s ‘Circus’ that saw the Parisian producer act as ringmaster to an eclectic troupe of artists including Faris Badwan from Horrors, YACHT, Jon Spencer, Afrika Bambaataa, Nancy Sinatra and more, ‘Black Moon, White Sun’ sees Fevre return to his roots with an album of hypnotic electronic music and his most personal to date, 6 tracks of voodoo trance and alchemical disco. Guided by outside forces ‘Black Moon White Sun’ is Fevre’s most spontaneous album to date and the one that most embodies the man himself. No guests, no outsiders, no samples, no revival: just a man, his machines and the future right in front. Bernard Fevre is much more than just a legend of the past he is a pioneer of the music of tomorrow. Complete with beautiful artwork from the award winning Non-Format design agency, ‘Black Moon, White Sun’ is a personal statement from one of electronic music’s most mysterious characters.