Brasstracks is not a newcomer to music, far from it. Having scored two Grammy wins for their production work on Chance The Rapper's seminal No Problems in 2017 (Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Album) and after being nominated for their work with Harry Styles during the 2021 Grammy Awards for Best Pop Vocal Album, the project of New York-based musician and producer Ivan Jackson is now unveiling the new 12-track album, Indigo. This release shows how the artist continues to shape his exciting musical project.
The new Brasstracks era sees Jackson as an architect for this larger project of incubating artists and allowing them the space to grow. Including many collaborations on the twelve tracks that make up this new album, from the title-track Indigo together with Adelaide James to Cowboy in collaboration with Rothstein and Lido, this release brims with technical wizardry and maximal, brassy bombast, but intensely personal, rife with self-loathing and heartache. Brasstracks takes one big step in his exciting musical career and shows that he still has a lot to say in the industry.

Having appeared on Saturday Night Live, performing alongside Miley Cyrus, Harry Styles and Mark Ronson, and after collaborating with Anderson. Paak, Khalid, Mac Miller, and BTS, among others, the album's undeniable joyousness stands in unflinching contrast with its subject matter. And we’re bringing good news because a limited edition Indigo blue vinyl is now available for pre-order. "We haven't done a vinyl in 3 years, and our limited editions always go fast, so get it while you can!" the artist said on his social media. Brasstracks continues to evolve into an ever-morphing landscape where Jackson sets the framework.