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Pye Corner Audio – Stasis (2016)

4-09-2016, 08:34
2016 | Electronic | Ambient

Title: Stasis
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Ghost Box
Genre: Electronic
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 51:09 min
Total Size: 119 MB


01. Approach
02. Lost Ways
03. Autonomization
04. Sleep Chamber
05. Ganzfeld Effect
06. A Chance?
07. Electric Eye
08. At the Heart of Stasis
09. Transformative State
10. Vorsicht
11. Ways Regained
12. Pulse Threshold
13. Verberation Lab
14. Mountain View

Not for the first time, but arguably the most significant, Pye Corner Audio crosses paths with Ghost Box for his first LP of 2016; a narcotically hypnagogic and dystopian trip entitled Stasis.

At least one leap year cycle since his last album with the GB’s, Sleep Games, right now this one feels like a stygian trudge into bleakest futures, operating at such a stoned pace that it moves slower than actual time, and by submitting to its temporal warp we’re allowed to regress back into a pre-digital epoch of paranoid cold, or even civil war atmospheres and paranoia.

It could almost be the soundtrack to a Ben Wheatley flick (low budget, not the over-glossy high rise) about British time travellers, forgoing Dr. Who queso for a more hard-boiled, furtive vibe about anachronistic assassins sent back to kill Nigel Farage at birth, only to uncover that he’s part of an exceedingly dangerous non-human race with ties to Johnson, Cameron and all the other pebble-people, so they round them all up and lock them in a hostel in Middlesbrough with a broken kettle and packet of poisoned monster munch between the lot.

Of course, that fantasy is all set to a soundtrack of wistful electronic mists and pulsating arpeggios that could be right out of some late ‘70s / early ‘80s synth library, and ultimately shows that whilst technology has advanced in the meantime, that ostensibly archaic music still reflects an underlying eldritch darkness contemporary and relevant to both eras, then and now.

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