Poly-Math Reptiles Vinyl


Poly-Math's Lonely Voyage debut, released on standard weight vinyl with super-cool artwork.

Includes unlimited streaming of Reptiles | LVRC005 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

SKU: 60035
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  • Poly-Math

    Poly-Math are a Brighton based Instrumental Math band. Described as all glitchy & make densely layered, off kilter instrumental Math-Rock that leans on the heavier elements of the genre reminiscent of early Battles, The Mars Volta, and ASIWYFA.

    Poly-Math seek out new levels of complexity in their music whilst never straying too far from a neatly arranged composition.

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    After a slew of successful singles and shows across the UK and Europe, Poly-Math have emerged from the studio with their gargantuan EP 'Reptiles'. The band spent one week with producer/engineer Lee McMahon (And So I Watch You From Afar, Dry The River) crafting their off-kilter jams into six superb tracks that would make Omar Rodriguez Lopez break sweat.

    "Once you settle into the album and allow it to take you to its dizzying heights anchored by its steady, sure-footed (yet shifting) roots, you come out the other end bolder than you were before you listened." Independent Music News

    "Reptiles will be looked back upon as the moment Poly-Math pushed the boundaries and became one of 2015's best math-rock bands" Alt Dialogue

    "A beautiful, ugly, magnificent beast that both delights and devours your ears in one swift, elegant move" Leeds Music Scene


    released February 16, 2015

    Guitars: Tim Laulik-Walters

    Bass: Joe Branton

    Drums: Chris Woollison

    Recorded at Brighton Electric by Lee McMahon

    Mixed by Lee McMahon  

    Artwork by Sam Hall 

    Weight 100 g
    Dimensions 30 × 30 × 2 cm
    Weight 100 g
    Dimensions 30 × 30 × 2 cm

    1. Reptiles 00:58

    2. Babel 07:05

    3. Castrovalva 04:52

    4. Metamorphosis 02:48

    5. V - Metamorphosis I 02:39

    6. VI - Metamorphosis II 02:43