Pittsburgh Track Authority Readies Debut LP

Since 2011, Pittsburgh Track Authority has been issuing a steady stream of tunes, popping up on labels like Argot, Work Them, Uzuri, and others. The outspoken Pennsylvania trio's music is solidly rooted in traditional house tropes, but has also flashed elements of techno, electro, and disco during the outfit's prolific run. With more than a dozen EPs to its name, Pittsburgh Track Authority has decided to make the leap into the full-length format, and has finished a debut LP that's scheduled to appear next month. The eight-track effort is called Enter the Machine Age—the title is taken from the trio's studio, Machine Age—and it will be released in May via the group's own Pittsburgh Tracks imprint. According to the press materials, the album is a "diverse" listen, one that presents "a variety of rhythms, from breakbeats to African," that "underpin the lush synthetic and organic instrumentation." The artwork for Enter the Machine Age can be seen at the top of the post, and the complete tracklist has been included below.

A1 Genta
A2 Give Me a Chance
B1 Broader Disco
B2 It's Over
C1 Visions of Serengeti
C2 Cutthroat
D1 Naked Triple
D2 Debonair (feat. Nice Rec)