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PYE CORNER AUDIO Vinyl & CDs

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The Endless Echo
Cat: GBX 045LP. Rel: 18 Apr 24
 
Coldwave/Synth
The Awful Majesty (1:50)
Decision Point (4:25)
Lacunae (3:07)
On The Clock (4:08)
Unnatural Span (2:30)
Chronos (5:27)
All Things Pass (2:01)
Deeptime (4:10)
Vault (2:15)
Archaic (2:45)
Counting The Hours (4:57)
Green Pulse (3:52)
Unremembered (2:59)
Review: Pye Corner Audio is one of the fundamental projects on Ghost Box, as Martin Jenkins indulges his hauntological synth fantasies on an increasingly fertile seam of investigation where drone, wave and death disco can all intersect. Jenkins has never been trapped by retro-fetishism with his analogue sound, and on The Endless Echo he's all the more inspired as he meditates on themes of science fiction and the illusory nature of time. Throbbing, chugging beatdowns sit comfortably alongside spatial, beatless investigations, all sculpted with the masterful touch that comes from considerable experience and a generous assortment of vintage boxes.
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 in stock $20.97
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Acid 1
Acid 1 (12")
Cat: ERS 057.
 
Techno
Dust Acid
Magnetic Acid Two
Wanna Show U Acid
Magnetic Acid Four
Review: Pye Corner Audio shows off his love of acid on the first of two EPs for Emotional Response that drop simultaneously. This first one is his debut on the label and comes with a gorgeous cover that perfectly encapsulates the sounds within. 'Dust Acid' is a sparse cut with dusty drums and meandering basslines that slowly sink you in, then 'Magnetic Acid Two,' which like all of these was recorded live, is another expertly reduced brew of murkiness with plenty of frayed edges and vintage analog sounds. 'Wanna Show U Acid' is a late-night acid dream and 'Magnetic Acid Four' shuts down slightly more bite. Four timeless backroom cuts, make no mistake.


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Acid 2
Acid 2 (12")
Cat: ERS 058.
 
Techno
Stegan Acid
Magnetic Acid Three
Thermionic Acid
Magnetic Acid One
Review: Two revered dance music institutions come together here as Pye Corner Audio steps up to Emotional Response with his debut EP for the label. What's more, it is a two-parter with the second half also available now. This one from Martin Jenkins finds him making an homage to the acid house he has always loved with opener 'Stegan Acid' starting with slow grocers and foggy moods run through with subtle 303 modulations. 'Magnetic Acid Three' is another deep and stripped-back sound with rumbling drums and bass coloured with soft acid contours and 'Thermionic Acid' gurgles a little more as the icy hi-hats cut through a mutant deep techno swamp. 'Magnetic Acid One' is one final meditation on acidic house depths.
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The Endless Echo
Cat: GBX 045CD. Rel: 05 Apr 24
 
Experimental/Electronic
The Awful Majesty
Decision Point
Lacunae
On The Clock
Unnatural Span
Chronos
Heat Haze
Momentary Permanence
Written In Water
All Things Pass
Deeptime
Vault
Archaic
Counting The Hours
Green Pulse
Unremembered
Review: Analogue synth spooks rejoice, Pye Corner Audio is back with further explorations of the sweet spot between nostalgic fuzz and circuit-borne futurism. Ghost Box is a spiritual home for Martin Jenkins' flagship project, and he continues to edge out the scope of the Pye Corner sound without derailing the fundamental atmosphere. On The Endless Echo, warm, pulsing melodics set to eerie keys abound, and there's a fine balance between gorgeous ambient atmospheric pieces and sinewy, danceable rhythms, but Jenkins manages to sound fresh and inspired even while reliably holding true to the overall project aesthetic.
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 in stock $13.80
Let's Remerge! (Sonic Boom remixes)
Let's Remerge! (Sonic Boom remixes) (limited orange vinyl 10" + MP3 download code)
Cat: SCR 212. Rel: 03 Nov 22
 
Coldwave/Synth
Haze Loops (4:10)
Saturation Point (5:03)
Warmth Of The Sun (6:52)
Review: Martin Jenkins aka Pye Corner Audio kept existing fans happy and won over many more new ones with his Let's Emerge! album in summer. As it often the way it now gets remixed with a Sonic Boom twist. The three cuts are all fresh and original fusion of cold wave and synth with analogue textures and enveloping sub bass, heady sound designs that make you wonder how and plenty more besides. 'Haze Loops', 'Saturation Point' and 'Warmth Of The Sun' are all classics in the making.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Mimi, M50
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Let's Emerge!
Let's Emerge! (translucent yellow vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SCR 210LP. Rel: 15 Jul 22
 
Experimental/Electronic
De-Hibernate (5:08)
Lyracal (4:43)
Does It Go Dark? (3:51)
Haze Loops (4:17)
Let's Emerge (part One) (2:27)
Saturation Point (3:34)
Sun Stroke (2:58)
Let's Emerge (part Two) (1:14)
Luminescence (4:31)
Warmth Of The Sun (7:18)
Review: Martin Jenkins aka Pye Corner Audio has been a busy man. He ended a fine trio of albums last year with Entangled Routes, then dropped a live album on this label early in the year, and now quickly follows it up with yet another fine long player. Ride guitarist Andy Bell plays on five of the tunes and is a collection that comes heated by plenty of sun and coloured with bright acid psychedelics. Says the man himself, "I try to tailor my work slightly differently for the various labels that I work with, and this seems to fit nicely with Sonic Cathedral's ethos." He has sure done that.
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