Pye Corner Audio

Pye Corner Audio specialise in majestic, cinematic electronica that evokes sci-fi soundtracks, dystopian futures and the sound of haunted dance floors. The discography to date includes ten 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, Alice Hubble, Stealing Sheep, Knightstown and Dolphin Midwives.

Pye Corner's Martin Jenkins (aka The Head Technician) is a veteran live performer, and 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.

Pye Corner Audio pieces appear in the soundtrack to Adam Curtis’s 2016 film HyperNormalisation, the 2018 Shudder TV series, Deadwax and forthcoming Netflix documentary Slay. The track “The Black Mill Video” was used for the title music of Sky TV’s 2019 sci-fi drama series, Curfew.

Discography

 

Entangled Routes
LP, CD & Download

Hollow Earth
LP, CD & Download

Stasis
LP, CD & Download

Other Voices 05
7″ Single & Download

Study Series 09
7″ Single & Download

Sleep Games
LP, CD & Download

Study Series 07
7″ Single & Download

“…woozy synth reveries. Like the kind of memory-sprites often evoked by Ghost Box releases, this is music that continually slips away from you even as you chase down its essence.”
UNCUT

“Rather than make up his own movies, Jenkins is happy to play the movies that are already running in our heads – and we are happy to let him do it. Every track shows the confidence of someone who knows exactly which buttons to push and when.”
The Wire

“…could be the long-awaited high-five between Vangelis and Boards of Canada.”
Drowned in Sound

“… the Head Technician has an apparent knack for beats and melodies that stick with you, pairing his obvious early electronic music obsession with a fondness for the sleaze of the decade or three that came after… it’s profoundly addictive—a creaky cabin in the woods you’ll want to become a permanent resident of.”
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