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The Endless Echo is the fifth album on Ghost Box for the highly prolific Martin Jenkins. Pye Corner Audio cinematic electronica shifts effortlessly between brooding ambience and menacing dance floor grooves. It evokes awe-inspiring vistas and moments of sublime spine-tingling wonder. This time around Jenkins draws inspiration from scientific and science-fictional notions about the nature of time and the idea that it may be entirely unreal. Pye Corner Audio's discography includes eleven full length albums and many more singles and EPs across several labels. There are also remixes for John Foxx, Mogwai, Ride's Andy Bell, Mark Lanegan, Maps, Apta, Alice Hubble, Stealing Sheep, Knightstown, Dolphin Midwives and Japanese Television. Pye Corner Audio's music appears in the soundtracks to Adam Curtis's 2016 film Hyper Normalisation, the 2018 Shudder TV series Deadwax, Sky TV's 2019 sci-fi drama series Curfew and 2022 Netflix documentary Slay. As a live performer Pye Corner's Martin Jenkins (aka The Head Technician) has played shows and festivals all over Europe, Canada and the USA. Most notably he has supported Mogwai on several tour dates, played the Mutek festival in Montreal, the Mugako Festival in Spain, and Barcelona's Primavera Club
The Endless Echo is the fifth album on Ghost Box for the highly prolific Martin Jenkins. Pye Corner Audio cinematic electronica shifts effortlessly between brooding ambience and menacing dance floor grooves. It evokes awe-inspiring vistas and moments of sublime spine-tingling wonder. This time around Jenkins draws inspiration from scientific and science-fictional notions about the nature of time and the idea that it may be entirely unreal. Pye Corner Audio's discography includes eleven full length albums and many more singles and EPs across several labels. There are also remixes for John Foxx, Mogwai, Ride's Andy Bell, Mark Lanegan, Maps, Apta, Alice Hubble, Stealing Sheep, Knightstown, Dolphin Midwives and Japanese Television. Pye Corner Audio's music appears in the soundtracks to Adam Curtis's 2016 film Hyper Normalisation, the 2018 Shudder TV series Deadwax, Sky TV's 2019 sci-fi drama series Curfew and 2022 Netflix documentary Slay. As a live performer Pye Corner's Martin Jenkins (aka The Head Technician) has played shows and festivals all over Europe, Canada and the USA. Most notably he has supported Mogwai on several tour dates, played the Mutek festival in Montreal, the Mugako Festival in Spain, and Barcelona's Primavera Club
5057998195152

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Format: Vinyl
Label: GHOST BOX
Rel. Date: 04/12/2024
UPC: 5057998195152

Endless Echo (Uk)
Artist: Pye Corner Audio
Format: Vinyl
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Awful Majesty
2. Counting the Hours
3. Chronos
4. Archaic
5. Deeptime
6. Unremembered

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The Endless Echo is the fifth album on Ghost Box for the highly prolific Martin Jenkins. Pye Corner Audio cinematic electronica shifts effortlessly between brooding ambience and menacing dance floor grooves. It evokes awe-inspiring vistas and moments of sublime spine-tingling wonder. This time around Jenkins draws inspiration from scientific and science-fictional notions about the nature of time and the idea that it may be entirely unreal. Pye Corner Audio's discography includes eleven full length albums and many more singles and EPs across several labels. There are also remixes for John Foxx, Mogwai, Ride's Andy Bell, Mark Lanegan, Maps, Apta, Alice Hubble, Stealing Sheep, Knightstown, Dolphin Midwives and Japanese Television. Pye Corner Audio's music appears in the soundtracks to Adam Curtis's 2016 film Hyper Normalisation, the 2018 Shudder TV series Deadwax, Sky TV's 2019 sci-fi drama series Curfew and 2022 Netflix documentary Slay. As a live performer Pye Corner's Martin Jenkins (aka The Head Technician) has played shows and festivals all over Europe, Canada and the USA. Most notably he has supported Mogwai on several tour dates, played the Mutek festival in Montreal, the Mugako Festival in Spain, and Barcelona's Primavera Club
        
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