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Olivier Messiaen - Louange A L'Eternite: Performed By Lucy Railton
Olivier Messiaen
Louange A L'Eternite: Performed By Lucy Railton
10" | 2020 | EU | Original (Modern Love)
15,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Classical Music
Louange à l’éternité de Jésus’ is the fifth movement for cello and piano from Olivier Messiaen’s ‘Quatuor pour la fin du temps’ (Quartet for the End of Time), adapted here for cello and organ. It was composed while Messiaen was a prisoner of war in Stalag Viii-a, Görlitz, Germany, and first performed with other detained musicians inside the Nazi camp in January 1941. Inspired by the Book of Revelation, this music invokes the composers vision of “immutable peace”, in its infinitely slow, ecstatic pacing and metre, described by the pianist Steven Osborne as “seeming to touch the far edges of human experience, subverting the idea of linear time. Earlier this year, confronted with a multitude of shared human maladies, the idea for this record took shape as if through a fog. Performed by Lucy Railton on Cello and Andrew Marx on Organ, the recording was made a decade ago and captures an intangible human presence - a cough, a baby crying - oddly contextualising the complex existential dimensions of the music itself.
Andy Stott - It Should Be Us
Andy Stott
It Should Be Us
2LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Modern Love)
25,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
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Andy Stott’s first release since 2016 and first EP since 2011, ‘It Should Be Us’ is a double EP of slow and raw productions for the club, recorded this year and following a series of EP’s that started with ‘Passed Me By’ and ‘We Stay Together’ early this decade. Recorded fast and loose over the summer, these 9 tracks (8 on the vinyl) harness a pure and bare-boned energy, melodies subsumed by drum machines and synths; slow, rugged hedonism. It’s all about rhythmic heat and disorientation, pure dance and DJ specials rendered at an unsteady pace, from percolated house and percussive rituals to moody tripped-out burners.
Suum Cuique (Demdike Stare) - Ascetic Ideals
Rainer Veil - Vanity
Rainer Veil
Vanity
2LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Modern Love)
23,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After a 5 year pause for breath, Rainer Veil return with their debut full length for Modern Love; an immersive, kinematic tumble through electronic forms from hyper trance to tape dub experiments and loose polyrhythms - a summoning of ‘ardcore spirits in flux. A hypnotic soundworld tempered by weighty bass and angular construction, ‘Vanity’ marks a breaking away from the binds of overthinking, an embrace of imperfection. It’s a brighter set of tracks then anything we’ve heard from Rainer Veil before, discarding the foggy filters and guitar pedals that were the signature of their first two EP’s in pursuit of a more loose-limbed and swung ideal.
Philippe Hallais (Low Jack) - An American Hero
Philippe Hallais (Low Jack)
An American Hero
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Modern Love)
16,79 €* 23,99 € -30%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Philippe Hallais returns to Modern Love with a new album, the first under his own name following his label debut as Low Jack with Lighthouse Stories in early 2016. After working through different subcultural musical languages as Low Jack, this time Philippe takes inspiration from the TV biopics of high-performance athletes for an album of exceptional emotive impact; somewhere between pastiche, tragedy and electronic futurism.
G.H. - Housebound Demigod
G.H.
Housebound Demigod
2LP | 2016 | UK | Original (Modern Love)
21,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
From the disputed border somewhere between Lancashire and Yorkshire, G..H. claims a no mans land where he is free to decimate distinctions between black metal and concrète techno by drawing upon an elusive, metaphysical force that’s exclusively common to music rooted in that region; from Muslimgauze and Autechre thru Shackleton and Demdike Stare.

The inarguably mongrel Housebound Demigod is G.H.’s debut solo album, following the Ground EP (2011) and his involvement with the hexed Pendle Coven project & HATE, alongside Miles Whittaker and Andy Stott, respectively, between 2003 - 2009.
It sounds like nothing out there; the result of countless hours at the grindstone, using sound as tonal therapy and a purely expressive sculptural material to best render the feel of his bleak but extraordinarily beautiful surroundings with all the rugged texture and captivating aesthetic of some ancient cave graffiti.

The album unfolds as a treacherous topography of boggy drones, entrenched subbass and deforested, windswept feedback, strewn with the charred remains of black metal in opener Screaming Demon Pickups and the hollow-eyed stare down of Angels & Doormen, or prone to bury the senses with unpredictable slow techno mudslides in Mickey Cosmos or the subsidence of Packhorse.
He often underlines that physicality with a drily ambiguous wit; check the bitterly clipped narrative on Yorkshire Fog, or, equally, when he puts all his weight behind the stylus-troubling, bestial shudder of Devils Bit Scabious, and you can’t shake the feeling that he’s gurning like an evil loon behind the rotten torque of the album’s titular parting shot.

While ostensibly monotone, overcast, the devil is found in the album’s subtleties of timing and mixing detail; riddled with phantasms that lurk and lash out from the crevices of its granite slabs and pitch black ravines, all placed at oblique angles in his surreally folded, labyrinthine and unheimlich soundfield...
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