The American trio's debut LP is set for May release via their own Pittsburgh Tracks label.
The trio of Thomas Cox, Preslav Lefterov and Adam Ratana have been busy since their first EP, The First Four on Uzuri, in 2011. In addition to releasing around a dozen EPs for labels like Work Them and Further along with their own Pittsburgh Tracks, they've toured as DJs and live performers, and Cox has become a columnist for Attack Magazine. (Read more about the group in the feature we wrote last year.)
They remain fiercely loyal to their Pennsylvania hometown, their production ethic (the album is named after Machine Age, Lefterov's recording studio) and all-encompassing definition of house music. All of the above is evident on Enter The Machine Age: you'll find the group and their extended family (pets included) on the cover, and a range of styles—from disco to more driving Detroit-indebted tunes—on the record itself. Pittsburgh Tracks is handling the release.
A2 Give Me A Chance
B1 Broader Disco
B2 It's Over
C1 Visions of Serengeti
D1 Naked Triple
D2 Debonair feat. Nice Rec
Pittsburgh Tracks will release Enter The Machine Age in May 2014.