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Rainbow Islands (NG+)

    Next up on Polytechnic Youth, comes the long planned and completely fabulous debut full length from Manchester based solo artist APTA. The wonderful “Rainbow Islands” follows its initial cassette only release from last year on “With Bells Records” which piqued the interest of PY head, Dom- via pointers from mutual friends….

    The album comprises 8 killer tracks of crystal clean, melodic electronica- rich in subtle layers, seemingly simple and precise yet with hooks aplenty and incredibly rewarding. In Barry APTA’s own words: “'There’s something that triggers when we see or hear something that held an important place in our childhood; and a recent article about arcade games like ‘Bubble Bobble’ reminded me of the playing Rainbow Islands on the Atari ST in the 90’s. The clash of colour and sound, the shape of the character models and the enemies and the overall feel of the experience is something that came out easily in the studio. Rainbow Islands (NG+) isn't a re-soundtracking, it's a representation of the ‘feel’ I get when I think about it. Calming and synthetic, upbeat but with moments of frenetic activity. It's a wistful, musical representation of my childlike patience and rose-tinted memories."

    Following last year’s 5” lathe cut 45 on PY, and releases / appearances on offerings from the likes of Woodford Halse, Black Beacon Sound, Castles in Space; The LP is expanded (by one track) from the cassette version and is released on yellow vinyl in a pressing of 300 whilst APTA himself handle digital via the bandcamp page. Strongly recommended!


    TRACK LISTING

    1. Loading
    2. Act One
    3. Putty's Party Video
    4. Simulated Space Video
    5. Reloading
    6. Retry?
    7. 10CC
    8. Putty's Party (Slumber)

    Group Modular

    Time Masters - Reissue

      After what seems an age being out to press, the reissue of last year’s mighty “Time Masters” album from Israel’s fabulous GROUP MODULAR, finally reaches us here at PY HQ. Having sold out in the blink of an eye following glowing press and features within the likes of ‘Shindig!’ and ‘Electronic Sound’, and plays on 6music- we’ve decided to repress the record primarily to appease the glowing response in the duo’s homeland as well as mainland Europe.

      Having kept us waiting a mammoth eight years since their hugely well received debut album, the Israeli duo return with "Time Masters" and is dedicated to -and centered around- some of their favourite local drummers; and despite it being perhaps the most Percussion heavy PY release so far, the new record is another synth-driven excursion into space age sound….

      Established in 2010, Group Modular is a meeting point between library, psych & funk enthusiast Markey Funk (Delights) and machine music specialist Mule Driver (Confused Machines). Both key figures on their respectful scenes, the two found common ground in their fascination with early electronic and library music of the 1960's and 70's. Over many years of regular travels between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, the two produced the highly acclaimed album “The Mystery of Mordy Laye” (2012, Audio Montage Entertainment) and an exclusive International Synthesizer Day single “Black Ray/Acid Wheels” (Delights, 2018) as well as a bunch of hugely well received live shows around their home country.

      For this new record, the duo invited six different drummers to provide the rhythmical (and at times – structural) backbone for future compositions. Taken from Rene Laloux' cult animation feature, the album's title “Time Masters” hints that the key figure of each tune is actually the one keeping the beat or, as they call it in classical music, - “the time”. Besides their regular collaborator, Sagi Sachs, on two tracks, Group Modular are joined by Yonadav Halevy (The Apples), Matan Assayag (Hoodna Orchestra/Shalosh), Hezus (3421/Trillion/Left), Ori Lavi and Elia Yakin. While letting every percussionist showcase his distinctive style, Markey Funk and Mule Driver managed to bring these six different personalities closer under the multi-layered umbrella of space age electronics and cinematic psychedelia. Crafted over the course of 3 years and wrapped in artwork by Nick Taylor (Spectral Studio), “Time Masters” is the duo's love letter to the golden age of sci-fi animation.

      The repress is sure to sell out super quick, the pressing divided between the UK and Israel and just 150 more copies are available from PY. Second run is on black vinyl as opposed to the orange wax of the first.


      STAFF COMMENTS

      says: I've genuinely not heard a record on PY i've not adored yet, and there's absolutely no chance this will be the first. Even from looking at it I can tell it's a Spectral Studio sleeve, and listening to the music is as dreamlike and confounding as the art would suggest. Part machine funk, part kosmische stomp and part jazzy flourishes, this is an indescribable but enthralling ride. Another killer outing from the ever reliable Polytechnic Youth.

      TRACK LISTING

      A1. Time Masters
      A2. Hommes De Metal
      A3. Black Sphere
      A4. The Whale Submarine
      A5. The Phantom Mazone
      A6. Ke I
      A7. The Big Hunt
      B1. Ignition
      B2. Horology
      B3. Shaking The Grid
      B4. Chatterbird
      B5. Optical Menuet
      B6. Ke II
      B7. Everything Is A Number

      Alexandre Bazin

      Concorde

        Polytechnic Youth releases the label’s second full length from French electronic musician Alexandre Bazin. “Concorde” is a fabulous record and acts as a perfect follow up companion to 2017’s “Sun Dog Trail” set.

        Passionate about analogue electronics, Alex’s beloved EMS Synthi and Buchla Music Easel loom large on “Concorde” interspersed with the Prophet and the Moog. His background meant that he surrounded himself daily with “mysterious engines” as part of ‘the Musical Research Group’ acquainting himself with the legendary Coupigny Modular Synth or Morphophone- an ancestor to the sampler.

        In Alex’s own words, the sounds were “Growling at times, aerial at others, but always poetic. The ethereal textures redefine the space-time continuum. With a certain underlying softness, “Concorde” is to be experienced as a lucid dream in which emotions spin around each other calmly to gravitate towards a feeling of fulfillness. Creating, in a way, a parallel world where arpeggiators, drum machines and droning pads all become one”.

        The record also leans heavy on the ace percussion work of François Lazarre des Moulins (Turzi, Forever Pavot) and -in places- the almost Dick Dale, nigh on surf guitar work- of Maxence Crouzard (Matthieu

        Chedid, Thomas Dutronc); both of which complement Alex’s electronics highly successfully. Creating a richly warm, rewarding record, which oscillates between moments of tension and appeasement, where the warmth of rhythmic instruments clashes deliciously with the icy synthesizers.

        Another lovely PY full length, released as a pressing of 300 on red wax to complement the digital release on Paris based Kowtow Records. 

        Cavern Of Anti-Matter

        Temp Music EP

          The “Temp Music” EP collects 6 tracks of ideas / works in progress / basics for pieces that in the most part would go on to feature in various forms as part of Peter Strickland’s “In Fabric” film soundtrack.

          Recorded in 2015, the insert to this disk features extensive sleevenotes by Tim Gane, explaining how ideas and loose ‘instructions’ from Peter developed into suitable pieces from random, exploratory origins. Tim puts it best: “the idea was that Peter would be allowed to work on the script while listening to sounds possibly conducive to the desired atmosphere”. Giving the band some set categories, the EP features examples from them all, including (within the “drum machine recreations and sound-alikes” tab) tips of the hat to Cabaret Voltaire, John Carpenter, The Future / Human League. The Cabs drum machine piece evolved into a “made-up-on-the-spot” sound-alike called “Nagraphobia” which Tim describes as “probably a bit embarrassing but certainly fun to do”. It’s a beauty and a cornerstone to the EP here!

          The EP will follow both label and artists’ previous paths and sell out super quick; possibly upon day of release so please be quick here. Dressed up in PY’s cool BBC library inspired tracing paper 45 bags, and containing a hand numbered backing sheet in an edition of 500 copies only.

          Volume Groop

          Music And Movement For Schools

            Next up sees the long-awaited return to the PY fold (after 6 years in hibernation), for the mysterious VOLUME GROOP (who graced PY1 way back when). Having lasted this long without revealing their identities- the enigmatic artistes continue their exploratory electronics project, “as an imagined soundtrack to physical education in 1970s Britain- ‘experiments in Primary school educational electronics for PE’”.

            All 4 tracks were created with the use of a Roland SH101, a school organ, a procoder and a Roland Space Echo RE-201. The tracks were created and recorded in the school hall with the help of the children.

            Like the accompanying Masonic Kitchen 45, this ticks all your boxes for fans of early Mute, some early Cherry Red; sometimes lighter, more playful synthpop- sometimes a little more darker and menacing- From the lightness and space of Cluster & Eno to the darker hand of Chris Carter; this EP’s a beauty; a 4 track minimal synth EP, over 10 minutes @ 45rpm- an EP like the old days and expected to sell out quick style. 

            Masonic Kitchen

            Stahlex Theme

              Polytechnic Youth return to the fray following 2 fabulous, quickly sold out full lengths from Polypores and Home Current- both of which attained “album of the week” status with a number of shops. This time round it’s back to the label’s preferred format- the 45. Two killer 7”’s nicely wrapped up in the label’s new BBC 70s inspired tracing paper label bags.

              First up is the curiously named MASONIC KITCHEN. The solo project of Chris Walker, whose inspiration came when he found an obscure 1970’s sc-fi novel in his local bookshop’s bargain pile. It’s intriguing cover (with Asimov font) and story’s themes “despite being quite dated, inspired 4 tunes that easily have been conceived in the late ‘70s or early ‘80s.” PY lifted 2 of these tracks for the 7” here and both are just fabulous; ticking all the minimal synth boxes- sequencers, drum machines etc etc. the A side is a particular banger and is already incredibly well received after initial listens to it’s teaser clip online… (link below)



              B side “T-City Scavenger” is also right up there, another killer track. The single is expected to sell out super quick and comes hugely recommended to fans of the early Cabs, Chris & Cosey, early Human League, DAF, Fad Gadget etc….. 

              Next up on Polytechnic Youth (following the success and ‘album of the week’ status attained by last month’s Polypores LP) comes the fabulous new HOME CURRENT full length, “Not Our Kind of Vertigo”.

              The constantly creative and busy project of Luxembourg based, Danish DJ and musician Martin Jensen, this -in PY’s humble opinion- is his best record yet. Martin himself describes the album as "a collection I did specifically with PY in mind. Dom (PY head) and I had often discussed a shared love of private pressing electronic LPs from the 70s, and I wanted to create something immediate, sparse and functional; with a tip of the cap to those small run, private press records from the day. Many of which would often sink like a stone, only to be rediscovered by eager diggers, many years later; I’d always imagined, in a dusty old Copenhagen attic!”

              The 8 track album was once again produced by Antony Ryan at Red Red Paw and features 8 tracks of fabulous exploratory electronica, slightly more lo-fi than recent HC output, featuring that nod to the past (drum machines etc) whilst cleverly maintaining a consistently fresh modern feel.

              Described by Concrete Islands as “having been fashioned specifically with honouring Polytechnic Youth’s unrepentant penchant for late 70s/early-80s electronic minimalism; whilst still retaining his unshakeable sense of finesse and knack for grooves – this eight-part collection indubitably benefits from its stripped-down and sprightly tooling”.

              A lovely record, released in a pressing of 300 glass | clear vinyl copies, and is expected to sell out super quick style. 

              STAFF COMMENTS

              says: The superbly Prolific Jensen brings his considerable skills to Polytechnic Youth for this stunning selection of synthy wonders. Ranging from the scattered aesthetic of minimal Industrial to shimmering synthy blissouts, this is Jensen at his very best. Classic Home Current.

              TRACK LISTING

              Side 1

              1. A Triffid Ritual (1:29)
              2. Way Out Cinnamon (3:23)
              3. Due Another Soul (3:16)
              4. Slang Guilt (3:53)

              Side 2

              1. Bleeding Buildings (4:01)
              2. Sounds Like Something Flirty (4:00)
              3. From Here We Go Spinning (3:00)
              4. Not Our Kind Of Vertigo (6:02)

              First release for the new year on Polytechnic Youth, sees the incredible new record from POLYPORES. Stephen Buckley’s prodigious output shows no sign of either diminishing or lowering in standard, last year’s fabulous “Azure” full length appeared in many top 10 lists, notably with “Electronic Sound” magazine.

              “Chaos Blooms” is an exploration of chaotic and random elements within composition, performed on modular synthesizer. Its initial inspiration stemmed from a sustained period of listening to lots of Free Jazz; Sun Ra, Pharoah Sanders, Miles Davis etc. As Stephen says “I was really enjoying the apparent chaos of the music, how it flowed freely like something from the natural world. The same could be said about a lot of ambient music, but that only tends to mimic the more pleasant and calming aspects of nature. Whereas- in reality, nature can also be unpleasant, discordant, even frightening. I wanted to make an album that explored that, using randomly generated voltages to control various aspects of the composition, including pitch and timbre.

              The problem random composition presents, is that too much of it basically becomes noise. There needs to be some degree of structure to it, some element needs to be repeated. At least to make it musically appealing in some way; so the trick here was to find different ways to tame that chaos, and to sculpt it into something which still resembled a Polypores record.”

              The finished results represent another wonderful record, dressed in a fabulous Solar-Collage sleeve and is released as a one-time, limited pressing of 500 on cream coloured vinyl. 

              STAFF COMMENTS

              says: Big Bucko brings the bleeps for his latest outing on the always-superb Polytechnic Youth. Clever polyrhythms and jazzy syncopation sit perfectly alongside the more shimmering moments, providing both a stylistic counterpoint to his earlier work while having all of the depth and ingenuity. A wonderful, rich and transportive journey.

              TRACK LISTING

              A1. The Computer
              A2. Angel Away
              A3. Dense Periodic Orbits
              A4. A Lull
              A5. Destroyer
              B1. Machine Jazz
              B2. Ambulator
              B3. Dots
              B4. All Scatter
              B5. Fluctuations
              B6. Moontangle
              B7. Equilibrium

              Hologram Teen

              Géométries Insensibles

                The second of January’s brace of new Polytechnic Youth releases sees the return to the label for Morgane Lhote, with her post Stereolab project HOLOGRAM TEEN. A fabulous new 4 trk 7” EP entitled “Géométries insensibles” and released on pink wax in ace new Nick Taylor artwork.

                Morgane herself says of the project “the EP is the soundtrack to an imaginary 1980s dystopian sci-fi French movie in the vein of "Le Prix du Danger”, "Les Maîtres du Temps" and "Le Dernier Combat". The tracks follow the linear film narrative (at least my version of it!) of set up/conflict, "the chase scene", hope, and finding love. I kept the instrumentation simple and the songs short, with a handful of tracks and synths settings across the tunes, to keep a cohesive sound and narrative. it was really freeing to go for the "less is more" approach for once. That is until the last track which goes a bit "Xanadu" on you, but trust me, that's a good thing!"

                The EP, to these ears, recalls a passing nod to those early to mid ‘70s French cosmo-disco LPs, which at one point you’d struggle to give away, yet now fetch £50+ at Utrecht fairs- once thought as cheesy now highly sought after and in their own way, quite pioneering and often in whacked out, cosmic sleeve art. Regular PY (amongst others) art genius Nick Taylor reproduces this look perfectly for it’s sleeve, cemented further with the pink vinyl pressing…

                The second of the new PY releases sees the return of VORDERHAUS. Familiar, longterm label favourites and solo offshoot project to Mark Vorderhaus’ Detox Twins groop. 

                In Mark’s own words; “From a simple past, Vorderhaus recollects a decade living in Neukölln, Berlin. Dimly lit urban streets unfold as a backdrop to reveal the lives they contain and their stories within. Tales of love and loss, carved out destinies and shadows that despair, of driven ambitions and broken dreams all eventually consumed by time and the city to be rendered nothing more than a series of lights and faces stretching back into Berlin’s recesses. Simple lines and motifs collect the atmosphere in the music and melody for each life and each street - nowhere is ever home…”

                Once again, we strongly recommend the 45 to all fans of early Mute, Fad Gadget, Blackwing Studios, Minimal synth / synth pop. A pressing of 250 copies and another brace of perfect electronic pop gems and sure to sell out super quick style….


                TRACK LISTING

                A1. Lights & Faces, Faces & Lights
                B1. Tanz Tanz Tanz Oder Ich Bin Verloren

                Wladyslaw Trejo

                Es Una Bestia

                  After a productive lockdown period spent releasing 5” mailorder 45s (each of which sold out within an hour of release), Polytechnic Youth return to more widespread action now that shops and distros are slowly re-opening, and the first 2 up are absolute beauties…

                  First up is the riotous, whacked out synth-punk mini LP “Es Una Bestia” by Wladyslaw Trejo and follows the gold wax, split 45 w/Alexander Bazin earlier in the year. Trejo is a Spanish musician, and a key figure in the European underground electronic scene; and despite this being his first solo album since 2015’s self titled debut, he is eternally busy, especially as part of ‘avant-wave’ dueo Slovenska Televiza.

                  Trejo says of the record: “Es Una Bestia is a settling of personal accounts with the ghosts and fears of youth. Digging through the wounds, exploring the cursed soul, inviting his monsters to come to the surface and they do so in the form of vitriolic and hallucinated synth-punk.

                  For this bloody task he has aquired the best possible help, the complicity of the prestigious (and Nick Cave favourite) Polish painter Aleksandra Waliszewska, who provides vocals, as well as the director and musician Wiktor Stribog, the brain behind the ‘Kraina Grzybów’ phenomenon, who collaborates on the lyrics. In his solo project Wladyslaw reveals himself as a crooked line, a faustic anomaly that invites to a dark and psychotropic journey in the form of feverish electronics, industrial rhythms, and almost paranoid sound walls through certain life risks”.

                  A quite brilliant and utterly immediate record, released as an edition of 250 on red vinyl via Polytechnic Youth mid June.

                  STAFF COMMENTS

                  says: It's a good week when I return to my desk after a prolonged absence and there are a couple new PY releases to get stuck into! This one is full of classic motorik beats and shadowy delayed vocals cut with a satisfying streak of post-punk synths. It's a superb return for PY and one to snap up quickly!

                  Gabe Knox

                  Hello World / Taking A Break

                  Two fabulously infectious synth pop gems that contain Gabe’s uncanny knack for killer hooks and unerring ear for playfulness within his amazingly melodic electronica.

                  These two tunes precede a 10” mini LP with PY later in the year and contain an interesting back story which we’ll allow Gabe to explain: “In 1982 at the height of the first Personal Computer boom, I was commissioned by a company called Automated Micro-Systems to compose and record some demonstration music on a prototype of what was going to be a home computer/music studio aimed at musicians called "MusiComputer". The system was a combination of analog synth, drum machine, and 4-track cassette recorder all housed in and controlled by an 8-bit computer. From what I understand, certain world events and a recession disrupted the supply chain, and it became unfeasible to bring the product to market, so the project was scrapped. I was recently sent the master tapes by someone involved with the project and have done my best to duplicate the concept artwork for the cover”.

                  STAFF COMMENTS

                  says: Another absolute classic from Polytechnic Youth, with this rich synthesis retropspective from the ever excellent Gabe Knox. Soaring krautroctaves and swirling oscillators work their way around blipping melodic hooks and a driven, CR-78-y backline. 'Talking A Break' is a particular favourite.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  A. Hello World
                  B. Taking A Break

                  E+

                  Poison Control EP

                    The second of January’s new Polytechnic Youth releases is a 6 trk 7” EP of lo-fi, 4-track home recordings of minimal synth | primitive drum machine goodness. With heavy leanings towards PY’s favourite era of killer small run, often private press experimental electronic releases, dressed in hand assembled, very DIY packaging. This one not only sounds the part but looks it too.

                    Debuting here, e+ is the performing name for this enigmatic Ontario, Canada based solo, electronic project. 6 dark pieces of exploratory electronica, delivered in the kind of lo-fi tape hiss you’d find those early Flying Saucer Attack drenched in, this in a way is the electronic equivalent; nice n murky and lo-fi and the sleeve it’s delivered in also harks back to those glorious post punk, DIY days- a hand stapled, numbered pressing of 250 in flipover style sleeves just like the old days…. Lovely record, and quite reaffirming in a way, that you still see 7”’s like this….

                    Sunray

                    Music For The Dreamachine II

                      PY label head, Dom initially released Phase One of this killer drone dream / psych collaboration, on his Earworm label in 2000. It was always at the back of both his and Sunray’s Jon Chambers’ minds’ that the unreleased Phase II (not to mention Sonic Boom’s unreleased remix here) would see the light of day somehow; and lo-and-behold, here it is kids; a whole 19 years later!

                      Although, never one to shirk the opportunity of releasing a musical curveball of types; it could be argued that this one strays from “usual” PY territory; the darker nature of ‘Phase II’ with its’ edgy, pulsing electronics and heavily treated guitar effects pull this closer to Throbbing Gristle, Conrad Schnitzler and Heldon territory (all PY heroes!) than the original version; so perhaps on closer examination this comes as no major surprise. Sonic Boom’s purely electronic remix on the flip expands on this theme and is suitably meditational, hypnotic and intoxicating, and is an absolute must for Spacemen and Spectrum aficionados.

                      In Jon’s own words: “The version released in 2000 through Earworm (‘Phase One’) is really the definitive version as far as I am concerned. The original version was influenced by the sound experiments carried out by bands like Kraftwerk, Suicide and Spacemen 3 and I was keen to work with a sympathetic producer/remixer. Sonic Boom seemed the obvious choice so I approached him and he agreed. Sonic said he thought the track sounded like something off Suicide’s second LP.

                      All the tracks were recorded at Great Central Studios in Rugby over two days using some nice old analogue equipment including a Fenix modular voltage synth, EMS Synthi, Korg Electribe and a modified Speak & Spell from Texas Instruments which provided the weird ‘click’ on the record. Initially, we did three mixes, the first (Phase One) is the Earworm 12" and CD EP- I might get round to releasing Phase II and the second Sonic Boom mix soon”

                      Wait no longer, both versions are just great and appear as a 300 copy pressing on SILVER wax in a Nick Taylor sleeve that tips it’s hat to (as eagle eyed library record obsessives may spot) the ‘Audio Obstacle course – era III’ sleeve from ’73…

                      Mitra Mitra

                      Marionettes

                        The second of Polytechnic Youth’s ace new LPs for July, sees a mighty set from Austria based synth pop duo Mitra Mitra. Following previous releases on Peripheral Minimal and their own Micromort label, not to mention a lathe cut right here on PY that sold out in 20 minutes in Dec. 2015.

                        The band was formed in Vienna in late 2014 by Violet Candide and Mahk Rumbae. Originally from New Zealand, Violet Candide is a founding member of the Crazy Hospital DJ collective, and one of the organisers of the legendary “Future Echo” club night in Vienna, and is one half of ‘Anesthetic Hairpins’; whilst British musician Mahk Rumbae is known for his work as a member of the industrial/experimental project ‘Konstruktivists’, ‘Oppenheimer MkII’ (with Andy Oppenheimer of Oppenheimer Analysis) and his solo techno project ‘Codex Empire’.

                        After working together on one of Violet's solo songs, “Heat”, the pair decided to continue working together and formed Mitra Mitra as a more full time project, with the aim of writing electronic songs not tied to any particular influence or style. However, if there was such a thing as a signature PY sound- arguably this LP (alongside last year’s Vorderhaus full length), encapsulates it most. Beautifully icy cold synth pop straight outta’ early prime era Mute / Blackwing studios output. Serene yet melodic, edgy, dry icy hooks and delicious grooves aplenty all over this record. Eight wonderful tracks where quality and sheer melodic guile of the song writing never dips and attention truly is held across the whole set, ….no mean feat indeed.


                        Alpar

                        Wakayama / Mejiro

                          Polytechnic Youth enter the fray once again, continuing an already productive year (these new 45s are 4/5/6th releases in 2018 already!) with a trio of quite brilliant yet totally different 45s.

                          Alpár aka Hungarian Bálint Zalkai, is the co-founder of ‘Farbwechsel’, the Budapest based record label, and his own recordings of electronic compositions (often built upon random looping sequencers in a minimalist style) are key to the label’s release output thus far. His goal as he sees it is to “catch a random pattern, loop it and build up a piece with that randomly pulsing theme. Just let to flow the voltages and sound waves and try not to disturb them or change their basic behaviours”.

                          The two tracks here were recorded with this approach very much in mind. The atmosphere of 'Mejiro' is “not unlike a bird observation. Attempting to find the right spot, getting closer and closer to the bird, which almost controls you and your movements as you attempt to near it”. Whereas 'Wakayama' is a more direct piece, and maybe the most melodic song Alpár ever recorded. While 'Mejiro' is a woozy, cautious piece, ‘Wakayama’ is like a tropical fruit or the ume, (the japanese apricot); colourful and full of flavour yet -with thanks to- the slowly humming theme in the background, an element of sourness grips you at the back of your tongue as it ends!

                          A beautiful pair of tracks released as a double A side 45 early March 2018. Pressing of 250 numbered copies….


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