After announcing the news that audio-visual collective Polyop will be releasing their new single on their Nudibranch Records imprint later this week, we’re now lucky to premiere an official remix from the release, realised by Polyop member and solo producer Macaulay Sulkin.
Operating out of London, Polyop are an ongoing project brought to life by Jack Driscoll and visual artist Alex Kempton. Inspired by their combined love for science-fiction, Nintendo 64 graphics, rave music and 80’s electro concept albums, the pair have developed a system that allows them to perform both audio and generative visuals in a live context, and have since called in friends Harry Orso (Ratomagoson) and Finlay Macaulay (Macaulay Sulkin) to help bring the project to life.
Stigmergy marks Polyop’s third release to date, with the record inspired by the pheromone traces ants leave behind to co-ordinate their movements. Macaulay Sulkin’s rework traces the roots of the track, with the Edinburgh born producer and DJ pulling each of ‘Stigmergy’s components right back and resultantly routing his own darker course of movement.
Have a listen to the techno inspired roller and preorder a copy of the EP below.
2. Stigmergy (Ratomagoson Remix)
3. Stigmergy (Macaulay Sulkin Remix)
4. Stigmergy (Rave Retirement Community Edit)
Stigmergy is out November 23 on Nudibranch Records.
Preorder the EP here.