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Polypores Vinyl, CD & tapes by Polypores at Norman Records

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Pure analog sweetness from Preston’s Polypores (Stephen James Buckley) here. Flora is one of those British synth LPs in the Ghost Box/Radiophonic Workshop vein. Electronics purr and twinkle as Buckley spins out tender almost-melodies across these ten tracks. If you’re partial to a little Boards Of Canada then you should make haste for Flora.

Polypores & Field Lines Cartographer
The Blow Volume 6

Polypores (Stephen James Buckley) and the Field Lines Cartographer (Mark Burford aka Impulse Array) each take a side of the latest Front & Follow split cassette. Polypores’ dawn chorus synth passages are earthy and beautiful in a Spiritualized kind of way, while the Field Lines Cartographer stuff is premium paranoid electronics. The sixth volume of Front & Follow’s The Blow series might be its best yet.

The Impossibility

The latest on the ever collectible Polytechnic Youth is this much anticipated album from Polypores (aka Stephen James Buckley).  Like a lot of people out there makes haunting electronic music inspired an ever growing batch of vintage equipment. The album has also been inspired by the destruction of the planet Earth by the human race. 

The Fialka Transmissions

Remember when everything was all about soundtracks for films that don't exist? Well that's still going on and on this latest release on the ever collectable Polytechnic Youth, Preston resident Stephen James Buckley presents science fiction influenced vignettes that sound like John Carpenter and italo-house filtered through a broken intercom. Will probably sell out before I've written this last senten.....