Oliver Huntemann has announced his fifth album entitled 'Propaganda'. The album, out October 13, sees the German techno producer focus on creating soundscapes designed for home listening as much as for the club.

The album is set for release on Huntemann's own Senso Sounds label, established in 2014 as an outlet for his own work and other music that "stands for the masses". Over the last three years the label has seen releases from like Oxia, Fur Coat and Umek.

Huntemann, who has collaborated with Dubfire, Stephan Bodzin and André Winter in recent years, says the album: "'Propaganda' fers a new chapter dark electronic tracks with the intention taking the listener on an entertaining journey from the sophisticated down-beats to uplifting techno."

'Propaganda' is set for release on October 13 Oliver Huntemann's own Senso Sounds label. Pre-order the album the Senso Sounds page.