You like drums? Jlin has drums. The Gary, Indiana-based producer has released details of her second album, Black Origami, and it’s a drumhead’s delight.

Planet Mu has the details on Black Origami, along with some choice quotes that promise something left-field from footwork and expanding scope to draw in a world of movement and dance. “Black Origami for me, comes from letting go creatively, creating with no boundaries,” she says.

The simple definition of origami is the art of folding and constructing paper into a beautiful, yet complex design. Composing music for me is like origami, only I’m replacing paper with sound. I chose to title the album “Black Origami” because like “Dark Energy” I still create from the beauty of darkness and blackness. The willingness to go into the hardest places within myself to create for me means that I can touch the Infinity.

Collaborators include Holly Herndon, Fawkes (Halcyon Veil), minimalist composer William Basinski and Cape Town rapper Dope Saint Jude.

Only one track – the steely and resounding “Nyakinyua Rise” has been released so far; listen below. Pre-orders available now on Bandcamp.

01 Black Origami
02 Enigma
03 Kyanite
04 Holy Child
05 Nyakinyua Rise
06 Hatshepsut
07 Calcination
08 Carbon 7 (161)
09 Nandi
10 1%
11 Never Created, Never Destroyed
12 Challenge (To Be Continued)