'Universal Everything & You' will be released on 24th February

Warp Records

'Universal Everything & You' will be released on 24th February

12/02/2014
Previously exclusive to Bleep.com and the Science Museum, the limited edition vinyl and digital download will be released on 24th February. Explore animations from the exhibition by Universal Everything and read more about their recent collaboration with Radiohead on the app PolyFauna.

'Universal Everything & You' is available digitally and on 180g one sided vinyl, screen-printed on the other side with a choice of 1 of 4 deluxe 305 x 305mm prints taken from the installation, printed full colour on 215gsm Chromolux.

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The 20-minute piece by Simon Pyke is built upon the soundtrack to the exhibition 'Universal Everything & You - Drawing in Motion', showcased from September 2013 for 5 months at the Media Space within the Science Museum, London. View animations from the exhibition as GIFs at Google+ and Tumblr.

Universal Everything & You

Read more about the app 'Polyfauna', a collaboration between Universal Everything and Radiohead, on the Universal Everything website where you can also find out more about the 'Walking City' project, also featuring music from Simon Pyke.

Simon Pyke is a Brighton based musician and sound artist, having previously released music through Warp as Freeform, and worked on a range of commercial projects including SkyTV, MTV, and the launch of the 2012 Olympic logo.

Founded by Matt Pyke, Universal Everything is a UK based digital art and design collective who work with a global network of designers, artists, musicians, producers and programmers. Past artworks have been exhibited at MOMA, New York, V&A London, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture, Moscow, and La Gaite Lyrique, Paris.

Warp has a long relationship with Simon Pyke and Matt Pyke, having first released Simon’s music as Freeform 17 years ago (Prowl, WAP73, 1996). Through designing this sleeve, Matt was introduced to Warp and subsequently the Designers Republic for whom he went on to work. During this time and since launching Universal Everything, he has designed many Warp record sleeves, Warp.net and the original Bleep.com website.