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pye corner audio - Superstitious Century (Second Pressing)
**Second pressing on bright Yellow vinyl - edition of 250 individually numbered copies** The Head Technician cruises up with his first 12" maxi single, presented on our occasional Boomkat Editions series. Since Type's reissue of his 'Black Mill Tapes' last year, PCA has had praise coming from all angles: whether it's for his slick-but-sleazy, Carl Craigian lustre, the BoC-like melodic hooks, or his beautifully full bodied analogue production; he's really hit a collective soft spot dead on. We were keen to hear him attempt something slightly more club-wise, and, et voila, we now have 'Superstitious Century'. Opener 'Vorticism' is a real peach, steeped in nostalgia for early '90s UK house with the rosy-cheeked, wide-eyed essence of Smokebelch and classic AFX (it almost sounds like something off the first Analogue Bubblebath EP) distilled to a spine-tingling brew, and neatly contrasting with the subtle, slo-mo Balearic build of 'Zero Centre' to complete the A-side. Turn her over for the extended and seductively oily, oriental chug of 'Wasted Evolution', which has become a bit of an anthem at our monthly Haxan gatherings, and there's the blissed out arpeggios of 'End of all Eras' to bring us safely in to port, like some lost outtake off Boards of Canada's 'Music Has The Right...'