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Issue No Twenty Two
  1. Marcel Dettmann & Silent Servant - "The Bond" (6:48)
  2. Pye Corner Audio - "Delay Gratification" (6:19)
  3. Pye Corner Audio - "Meet Me In The Void" (6:10)
  4. Pye Corner Audio - "The Future" (4:35)
Review: The 22nd "Issue" on Regis, Silant Servant and James Ruskin's Jealous God label is predictably impressive. Undoubtedly the most notable inclusion is "The Bond", a rare collaboration between Marcel Dettman and Silent Servant that looks to the sleazy, arpeggio-driven thrust of Electronic Body Music for inspiration. It's the EP's one genuine "peak-time" moment and strong enough to carry the whole 12", though happily Pye Corner Audio's flipside excursions are also impressive. Check, for example, the undulating, fluttering, post dub techno cut "Delay Gratification" and the swirling, hypnotic dancefloor melancholy of inspired closer "The Future", where a lone acid line rises above a dense and poignant backing track.
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Let's Emerge!
Cat: SCR 210. Rel: 21 Jul 22
  1. De-Hibernate
  2. Lyracal
  3. Does It Go Dark?
  4. Haze Loops
  5. Let's Emerge (part One)
  6. Saturation Point
  7. Sun Stroke
  8. Let's Emerge (part Two)
  9. Luminescence
  10. Warmth Of The Sun
Review: Returning to Sonic Cathedral after 2020's live recording Social Dissonance, Pye Corner Audio's Martin Jenkins presents a new chapter in his spectacular synth odyssey which marks a distinct deviation from the well-established sound still present on last year's Entangled Routes LP. It's especially of note that Let's Emerge features Ride's Andy Bell on guitar for five of the tracks, and there's a strong shoegaze current coursing through the music. More than that though is the shift in mood, as we find Pye Corner filled with light as Jenkins strikes an often joyous, upbeat tone we hadn't heard previously. It's still psychedelic and surreal in all the right places, but the vibe is distinctly different, pointing to intriguing futures for Jenkins' project.

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Let's Emerge!
Let's Emerge! (translucent yellow vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SCR 210LP. Rel: 15 Jul 22
  1. De-Hibernate (5:08)
  2. Lyracal (4:43)
  3. Does It Go Dark? (3:51)
  4. Haze Loops (4:17)
  5. Let's Emerge (part One) (2:27)
  6. Saturation Point (3:34)
  7. Sun Stroke (2:58)
  8. Let's Emerge (part Two) (1:14)
  9. Luminescence (4:31)
  10. Warmth Of The Sun (7:18)
Review: Martin Jenkins aka Pye Corner Audio has been a busy man. He ended a fine trio of albums last year with Entangled Routes, then dropped a live album on this label early in the year, and now quickly follows it up with yet another fine long player. Ride guitarist Andy Bell plays on five of the tunes and is a collection that comes heated by plenty of sun and coloured with bright acid psychedelics. Says the man himself, "I try to tailor my work slightly differently for the various labels that I work with, and this seems to fit nicely with Sonic Cathedral's ethos." He has sure done that.
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Social Dissonance
Social Dissonance (blue & green swirl vinyl LP)
Cat: SCR 188LP. Rel: 15 Apr 22
  1. Track 1 (21:08)
  2. Track 2 (21:07)
Review: Pye Corner Audio headlined Sonic Cathedral's 15th birthday bash at The Social in London back in late 2019. It was a fiery gig which had the artist reworking his own material in impressive improvisational fashion. Now the recording has been remastered by Antony Ryan and makes its way on to wax for the first time. Says Pye Corner Audio, aka Martin Jenkins, "this is a recording of a gig in a small space with a big heart." At the same gig, Martin made pals with Andy Bell, with whom he has since gone on to collaborate.
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Entangled Routes
Cat: GBX 039CD. Rel: 26 Nov 21
  1. New Roots
  2. Synaptic
  3. Paleolith
  4. Earthwork
  5. The Creeper
  6. Hive Mind
  7. The Clearing
  8. Growth Potential
  9. The Long Now
  10. Phantom Orchid
  11. Leaf Mould
  12. Buried Network
  13. Symbiosis
Review: Back in 2016, Martin Jenkins unveiled the first instalment of a "loose trilogy" of vaguely conceptual albums for the Ghost Box label. Entangled Routes is the third and final part of this trilogy and lands two years after its predecessor, Hollow Earth. Though not expressly acknowledged within the music, Jenkins' inspiration this time round was apparently "mycorrhizal networks" - subterranean networks of funghi that transfer water, carbon and other minerals and nutrients to the roots of plants. Musically, what's on offer is intoxicating and far-sighted, with Jenkins mixing up trippy ambient psychedelia with modular-rich, melodious electronica, throbbing, arpeggio-driven dancefloor cuts and what would once have been called IDM. As usual, the album is full of great ideas, beautifully executed, and sequenced in such a way as to provide a genuine aural journey.
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Stasis (CD)
Cat: GBX 025CD. Rel: 25 Aug 16
  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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