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Deep Analysis

Texan electran Cygnus returns to Central Processing Unit for the first time in a while. You know what you’re gonna get when you see these two pair up. Deep Analysis is another set of sea-sick club jams that sound like someone spilling orangeade all over Drexciya’s equipment. A couple of the Deep Analysis jams even come replete with some vocoder-laden vocals.


Untitled is the new 12” by Cygnus. It could be broadly described as experimental IDM and carries the influence of James Stinson from Detroit electronic duo Drexciya. Cygnus released his debut on the digital label ICASEA. Despite hailing from the Southern States, Cygnus finds his inspiration in the Detroit electronic scene.

Radical User Interfaces

Cygnus drops four new pieces of funky electronics on the Sheffield-based label Central Processing Unit, one of the main outlets for his work so far (this is his fourth for them). Radical User Interfaces sets synths dancing a merry jig around clipped machine-funk rhythms. White vinyl, limited to 300 copies.


 Electronic artist Cygnus grace the also quite electronic label CPU with his presence on 'Tesseracter', his first musical release since 2012, when CPU launched with his debut record 'Newmark Phase'. Here, we get tracks that are influenced by all that wonderful nerd shit: there's a science fiction bent to these melodies and Cygnus claims to be influenced by "video game soundscapes" on it.