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Polygon (2014)

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Order this album on digipak CD (with 28 page booklet) here: www.stormingthebase.com/mlada-fronta-polygon-cd-28-page-booklet/

It has been 9 years since the last brand-new album from French electronic artist Remy Pelleschi, better known as Mlada Fronta. Last year's epic "Every Thing" 10CD boxset on Artoffact Records caught the eyes and ears of the likes of Exclaim! Magazine, who referred to it as "a glittering sonic gem." Now, after a break in output Mlada Fronta is ready to release the latest installment in its exquisite career: the CD Polygon (13 tracks), and its companion piece on vinyl, Night Run.

The sounds on Polygon tend towards progressive electro and techno dance music. The project's more ambient or industrial moments take to the background to give way to a more electronic sound. A concern for the body is pushed to the fore. The name Polygon here may be instructive: many-sided, literally. The techno forays of Pelleschi's project draw on a host of influences, from Digitalism to fellow country-mate Gesaffelstein, to The Hacker or even Underworld.

The body here is pushed and pulled, *shaped*, in-shape, out-of-shape; in perpetual motion, or at least trying. While most artists claim to be pushing boundaries, Mlada Fronta explores boundaries themselves, and the electro sounds are, like a polygon itself, or like our bodies, enclosed; disciplined.

Similarly, Night Run, the vinyl companion, evokes a perpetual motion while providing a comprehensive side to the techno elements of Polygon. The tracks here explore what it might be like if our enclosures were truly limitless, and the music is therefore more open and wild, bursting with life!

Polygon is released in a beautiful 6-panel digipak with exclusive 28-page booklet.

"An intergalactic mind/body, out-of-mind/body, spacecraft ready to depart from planetary audio devices." Glen Hall, avant-garde jazz musician / Exclaim! Magazine

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released November 4, 2014

Artoffact Records (c) 2014
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[music] composed by remy pelleschi
all tracks produced by remy pelleschi
recorded + mixed ¬ qfg studios in june & july 2014
mastered ¬ qfg studios in september 2014
design [graphic] ¬ mlada fronta
photography by ¬ nilsson lee ¬ thomas haase ¬ markus spiske

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Mlada Fronta Cannes, France

Mlada Fronta is a french electronic music group formed in Cannes in 1992.
Electro - Techno - Synthwave new tracks are part of the latest "Polygon" (2014) album, all the experimental and industrial side is removed to give way at a more electronic sounding to be in line with the new musical inspiration of Mlada Fronta. ... more

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