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Seven years is a fair amount of time to wait between instalments, even if you did misplace them. Mark Jenkins returns under his rightly revered Pye Corner Audio moniker to add another chapter to his Black Mills Tapes series, in turn unveiling some seriously expansive downtempo electronics that still somehow manage to sound pretty intimate.
A lot has changed about everything since the last instalment in the series dropped, with the artist himself even managing to find time to put out another four albums. Up against those, what's here doesn't sound like it was plucked from another back catalogue entirely compared, but these recordings are a literal extension of those earlier Tapes, not least in sound and atmosphere. Taking us to other places of synthdom, halfway between 1980s movie scores, video games, epic ambient beauties and suggestive warm up off-rhythms.
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