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Pye Corner Audio
Stasis

Synth expert Martin Jenkins rolls another one out as Pye Corner Audio. This is his second LP on Ghost Box and in a way it is a sequel to 2012's 'Sleep Games'. What you can be sure of is massive big old fashioned synth sounds that reference all the greats including Jean Michel Jarre, Vangelis and John Carpenter.  
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Profane Architecture

Not Waving’s Ecstatic Records (Sterile Hand, Jay Glass Dubs) drops the second LP from Head Technician, an artist you may know better as Pye Corner Audio. Profane Architecture is more rough-and-ready than the stuff Martin Jenkins makes as PCA, with gear limited to a drum machine and a couple of synths. It has a retrograde bleep ‘n bass flavour that wouldn’t sound out of place had it dropped via Central Processing Unit.

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Half-Light (Prowler Remixed)

Pye Corner Audio’s 2015 album was lorded over, and quite rightly so, and now it’s been ripped apart and issued as a remix package. With contributions from Clesse (Jon Brooks of Hintermass), Cloudface, Silent Servant of Sandwell Distict collective, and Not Waving. Bookended by two brand new originals from Pye Corner Audio.

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Zones

Head Technician is Pye Corner Audio’s outlet for extra-vivid old-school acidic workouts. The materials of Zones were first issued as a cassette in an edition so limited that you probably didn’t get your hands on one: now these acid jams have graduated to fully-fledged vinyl! Edition of 500 on Ecstatic.