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Stasis (CD)
Cat: GBX 025CD. Rel: 25 Aug 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Approach
  2. Lost Ways
  3. Autonomization
  4. Sleep Chamber
  5. Ganzfeld Effect
  6. A Chance?
  7. Electric Eye
  8. At The Heart Of Stasis
  9. Transformative State
  10. Vorsicht
  11. Ways Regained
  12. Pulse Threshold
  13. Verberation Lab
  14. Mountain View
Review: With his trailblazing Black Mill Tapes series now a distant memory, Pye Corner Audio man Martin Jenkins seems to have made a conscious effort to slow down. Stasis is his first album for a year, and feels far more considered than some of his previous work. Some may bemoan the lack of experimental spontaneity, but the album contains some of Jenkins' best work to date. Check, for example, the sharp, ghostly chords, starburst melodies and metronomic synthesizer arpeggios of "Autonomization", the vintage '90s ambient electronica of "Ganzfeld Effect", and the dreamy, heartfelt bliss of the similarly minded "Ways Regained"; all are amongst Jenkins' most emotive tracks to date, and simply bristle with brilliant ideas.
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The Spiral (Soundtrack) (limited gatefold red vinyl 10")
Cat: DW 02110. Rel: 29 Jun 17
Soundtracks
  1. Do You Hear Them (3:44)
  2. Wake Up (1:09)
  3. It May Not Be Real (2:33)
  4. The Spiral (3:13)
  5. Descent (1:25)
  6. It Is Real (1:26)
Review: Martin Jenkins dons the Pye Corner Audio alias once more, transferring to Death Waltz in order to deliver the soundtrack to an imaginary horror film. It's naturally an all-analogue affair, with Jenkins making the most of his impressive collection of vintage synths, analogue drum machines and effects units. There's much to enjoy from start to finish. Check, for example, the ghostly chords, foreboding bassline and spacey electronics of "Do You Hear Then", the creepy, Carpenter-ish horror-ambience of "It May Not Be Real", the evocative late night paranoia of "Descent" - which is similar in tone to some of Jonny Jewel's soundtrack work - and the clattering dancefloor throb of "The Spiral", whose bassline, beats and darting melodies are just begging to be played over a booming club soundsystem.
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Sleep Games (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: GBX 017LP. Rel: 31 Jul 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sleep Games (5:03)
  2. The Black Mill Video Tapes (5:05)
  3. Print Through (0:54)
  4. Deep End (4:05)
  5. Into The Maze (4:30)
  6. Experimental Road Surface (1:30)
  7. Yesterday's Entertainment (2:06)
  8. The Mirror Ball Cracked (4:40)
  9. Palais Spectres (4:03)
  10. Remenence (2:34)
  11. A Door In The Dry Ice (5:35)
  12. A Non-Place (1:34)
  13. Underneath The Dancefloor (3:33)
  14. Nostalgia Pills (1:53)
Review: Ghost Box take us back to 2012 with this timely reissue. The narrative eruption that exploded after his Black Mill Tapes series, Sleep Games took us even deeper into a sprawling synthetic web of places both familiar and unfamiliar. From the spell-binding chimes and palpitating sensations of "Into The Maze" to the planet-leaping cascades of "Palais Spectres" via the Carpenteresque menacing slo-mo march of "A Door In The Dry Ice", Martin Jenkins leaves no corner of the map unexplored. With original copies beginning to fetch heavy numbers, this revisitation will come as good news to many. Don't sleep.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
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Hollow Earth (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: GBX 032LP. Rel: 11 Feb 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Hollow Earth (5:21)
  2. Descent (4:42)
  3. Prismatic Gateway (1:28)
  4. Claustrophobe (3:46)
  5. Mindshaft (3:53)
  6. Imprisoned Splendour (4:16)
  7. The Seventh Labyrinth (4:56)
  8. Subterranean Lakes (2:24)
  9. Dancing Shadows (3:53)
  10. Quad Tape Substrate (1:54)
  11. Deeper Dreaming (2:42)
  12. The Hidden City (1:25)
  13. Surfacing (5:55)
  14. Surfacing
Review: On his third full-length outing for Ghost Box, Pye Corner Audio man Martin Jenkins offers up a sequel of sorts to 2016's "Stasis". While that featured music inspired by suspended animation, sleep and "cosmic exploration", "Hollow Earth" sees the admired experimentalist heading underground for a spot of "subterranean exploration" and "submerged psychology". Interestingly, while there are plenty of dark and immersive cuts throughout the album - see the John Carpenter style chug of "Descent", the quiet solitude of "Prismatic Gateway" and the clandestine throb of "Dancing Shadows" - it's nowhere near as pitch-black as you'd possibly expect. Instead, he plays around with melancholic melodies and quietly beautiful electronics, a blueprint that results in such poignant and picturesque cuts as "Deeper Dreaming", the bubbly "Mindshaft" and glassy-eyed "Surfacing".
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Where Things Are Hollow 2
Cat: LPS 23.
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Self Synchronise
  2. Weather The Storm
  3. Resist (John Talabot remix)
  4. Phase B
Review: Three years after the original landed in stores, Martin Jenkins AKA Pye Corner Audio has finally delivered a sequel to his acclaimed "Where Things Are Hollow"EP on Lapsus. Predictably it's rather good too, with Jenkins drifting between drowsy, gently warming dancefloor melancholia (the wonderfully bittersweet opener "Self Synchronise"), blissful and colourful IDM/4-4 techno fusion (the even better "Weather The Storm") and meandering, slow-burn ambient ("Phase B"). There's a thrilling bonus in the shape of John Talabot's remix of "Resist" from the EP's predecessor, which he re-imagines as a stuttering chunk of intergalactic, left-field electro.
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