French artist Remy Pelleschi's long-standing electronic project Mlada Fronta will see its first new material in nearly a decade via Artoffact Records this Fall and Winter. The album Polygon has Mlada Fronta experiment with a new palette of sounds, drawing on influences ranging from Digitalism to country-mate Gesaffelstein. The vinyl edition, available on both black and orange vinyl, offers exclusive remixes from the album sessions.
Mlada Fronta began in 1993 with the My Visions release and has since then constantly reinvented itself, releasing everything from minimalistic sound-pattern collages to dance-floor ready EBM assaults. The club-hit "XB-33" (from 1999's High Tension) is still a regular part of DJ setlists worldwide. In 2013, Mlada Fronta signed with Toronto's Artoffact Records and released a career-spanning 10CD boxset (Every Thing) which collected all the project's output to date. The release was praised widely; Exclaim! Magazine called it "a glittering sonic gem."
After a near decade-long hiatus, during which Pelleschi focused on developing his recording and mastering studio (he is by trade a sound engineer), Mlada Fronta returns with Polygon, available this November, and Night Run, available on vinyl in December.