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Varg - Crush
Varg
Crush
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Posh Isolation)
29,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Following on from the previous iterations of the series, particularly the widely acclaimed 'Nordic Flora Series Pt.3: Gore-Tex City,' the cast of collaborators remain familiar. Some faces are more prominent on this occasion, while others were folded into the series for the first time at last year's Berlin Atonal festival where Varg's Nordic Flora program was unveiled. The album's most tender moments arrive when the acoustic instrumentation and ambient ascents cross and tangle with the spoken word performances from Anna Melina and Chloe Wise. They speak in lullabies of decadence. And the sincerity catches you out, tapering the rush, awakening the crush. When working with both AnnaMelina and Vanity Productions, the gentle details get scaled up for bigger arenas, the track signalling a kinship with last year's Yung Lean collaboration.. Not surprisingly, Varg configures this side of 'Crush' alone, perhaps letting this stormy intensity out just the once in a mournful piece with Ecco2k. True to the Nordic Flora Series, the artwork comes from American multidisciplinary artist Cali Thornhill DeWitt.
Frederik Valentin & Loke Rahbek - Elephant
Frederik Valentin & Loke Rahbek
Elephant
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Posh Isolation)
20,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
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The combined forces of Frederik Valentin & Loke Rahbek ?rst found a way into the world in 2017 with the album 'Buy Corals Online'. Together they now present 'Elephant', an eight-track album that composes an inquisitive space with its parts. The economy of movement across Rahbek and Valentin's new collaborative album makes for a gentle transmission of its abstract intimacies. This presence, which we caught glimpses of on their previous work 'Buy Corals Online', is shaped by the delicate interplay between acoustic instrumentation and synthetically rendered sounds. Hauntingly melodic at times, the album feels like a suite of uncanny lullabies that grant access to realities that can only be found in dreams. Rahbek and Valentin are always leading us somewhere and showing us something-one piece of the scene at a time, coming and going with different parts of a puzzle that eventually settles into a complete form. And through all this we perceive an inviting restlessness on their behalf, encouraging us to stray further and further into the private space of 'Elephant'. Valentin is perhaps best known for his work in the exquisite atypical pop group Kyo, though his widereaching music and videography practices covertly underpin his ?agship projects. Most recently, Valentin has been working with Yung Lean as both producer on his 'Nectar' album as Jonatan Leandoer127 as well as on their commission for Sweden's Cullberg Ballet. As Croatian Amor, Rahbek has made similar forays into unworldly pop and his work with Christian Stadsgaard as Damien Dubrovnik has been as critical as their cofounding of Posh Isolation. Modest interventions from processed field-recordings and semi-erupting synths invite you to zoom in enough to hear the human hand. An attention to listening, to how sounds cradle the small movements and gestures that naturally accompany the playing of guitar, piano, and viola, is acutely developed by Rahbek and Valentin. It's in this way that 'Elephant' persuades us that even small stories unfurl into the most intrica...
Scandinavian Star - Solas
Scandinavian Star
Solas
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Posh Isolation)
22,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The story of the passenger liner MS Scandinavian Star stays adrift. Tragic and complex, the details are out there in the electronic ozone, still yet to find closure.
From sea port to Ethernet port, Malthe Fischer's project navigates the themes of the narrative that unfolds to this day. His debut album 'SOLAS' makes this journey with
a series of heart-wrenching affairs in crisp detail. Appearing on Posh Isolation's recent compilation 'I Could Go Anywhere But Again I Go With You', Fischer's
Scandinavian Star project here marked a long-anticipated return. Since his self-titled and widely loved cassette for Ascetic House, Fischer has been most prominent in
the band Lust For Youth. 'SOLAS' shares some of the floaty, melodramatic electronics of Lust For Youth's most elegant moments, but it's a different flavour of heartbreak and intrigue being pushed by Fischer in his solo work. A symphony of disembodied voices trail across 'SOLAS'. Gesturing toward longing and hope, and occasionally struggling to get out of the misty collage of stumbling rhythms, it's as if we are listening to a form of wonder being mechanized before us. The surface of Fischer's work is dense in detail, but falling for and fixating on the smallest thing often blossoms the most treasured effects. Minor acoustic instrumentation is precariously balanced against thickets of cut-up recordings and samples, the hybrid
charge of the synthesizers holds everything together without letting anything recede. As soft as 'SOLAS' feels, it stays sharp and bites at times, even through four-to-thefloor
whispers. There's a memory of something communal in it all, and this is what holds on.
CTM - Red Dragon
CTM
Red Dragon
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Posh Isolation)
22,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"about / a (feverish) narrative involving / touching upon Elon Musks (cancelled/) failed robotic lander mission to mars, Michael Jackson's final moments on stage and
current personal life (motherhood)" Search as one might for an adequate charm to safely light 'Red Dragon,' Cæcilie Trier's evocations tend to outpace us at every step.
The album's fever-dream story flicks through the recent past and the present. Elon Musk's extraplanetary desires cross with maternal notes. Michael Jackson, too, is watched over. The terse titles that greet us in Trier's solo work are a wry sleight of hand. CTM, standing for Cæcilie Trier Musik, marks the impersonal boundary where intimacies are developed, trampled, and searched through. On her new album for Posh Isolation, produced with Asger Hartvig, aka MC Boli of Boli Group, the drama is composed and enduring, like a plot twist that lasts a life time. Trier is a
Copenhagen based cellist, singer, and composer, with her classical training apparent across her many and varied projects and collaborations. Having received critical
acclaim from the earliest moments of her career, Trier's previous album 'Suite For A Young Girl' was nominated for the prestigious Nordic Music Prize in 2017. 'Red Dragon' keeps Trier's voice central to the affairs. The nstrumentation wades in and out of focus from stage right and left. And as often as we are caught in the songwriting's pirouettes and glances around the vocals, the splintering effect of the
production impresses an inhuman déjà vu with regularity. This is especially felt in the electronics, sound bites, and digital ephemera that dress the songs. The bareness of
the strings and guitars act as a peculiar balance, keeping us close just as we get a sense of the distance from which we are permitted a view. 'Red Dragon' features appearances from Coco O, Frederikke Hoffmeier (Puce Mary), Soho Rezanejad, and Dawda Jobarteh.
Kyo & Jeuru - All The Same Dream
Kyo & Jeuru
All The Same Dream
LP | 2018 | UK | Original (Posh Isolation)
21,99 €*
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Third album from Kyo, the enigmatic product of Hannes Norrvide and Frederik Valentin's
compact. For this record they have collaborated with American vocalist Jeuru, a recent
recruit into the city of Copenhagen. Kyo's previous records are breathtaking instrumental
works, and they have steadily earned the group praise on their own terms. Collaborating
with Jeuru takes this exploration a step further and into territory uncharted in previous
recordings. Jeuru's vocals stray from spoken word trysts to heartfelt cries and
introspective sighs. The casually diaristic lyrics and the often conversational tone brings a
very real immediacy into Norrvide and Valentin's world, gracefully illuminating its
architecture and revealing the great forms all around. Kyo's music always departed for
freedom and arrived there promptly. Jeuru gives us a telescope, and with intimacy we
explore.The fine blend of electronics and acoustic instruments is carefully balanced on 'All
The Same Dream'. Everything shimmers, turning us one way and then losing us the next,
matching the vocals in a persistent sense of opportunity. Brilliantly pitched moments of
abrasive electronics are a warm welcome, immersing us in a different time zone from that
of the rhythmic pieces that lead us into a chilled metropolis. It feels like we've been
walking these streets forever, from club to club, from scene to scene, but there's never
enough time to dream between destinations."
Boli Group - N.P.D.S.
Boli Group
N.P.D.S.
LP | 2018 | UK | Original (Posh Isolation)
22,99 €*
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Boli Group is a new ensemble spearheaded by Copenhagen based composer and
producer Asger Hartvig. Responsible for some of the most fearless and intriguing
works to come from the city in recent years, Hartvig is as imposing as he is
mysterious, and his debut release for Posh Isolation makes no concessions.
Hartvig is perhaps best known for his work with the group Synd Og Skam. And
though less known, Brynje 1&2 is just as exceptional. Taking both technology and
classicism as allegories, each group charts routes in and out of pop music,
somehow arriving at an observer's distance to the distinct stylistic choices in the
process. The label Visage has published the best of this, and the logic has certainly
been carried into 'Boli Group LP,' the latest offering from Hartvig and his
distinguished ensemble of Nina Cristante, Holger Hartvig, Thea Thorborg, and
Cæcilie Trier. The album is willingly dramatic, though it never plateaus into
melancholia. Hartvig pirouettes at the edge with the sorrowful string
arrangements and the pristine timbre of the piano, the immediacy of the acoustics
always binding the listener tightly to the risk. Pastoral and meditative, the
electronics don't tamper with the delicate fabric being woven. They always
register as supportive and understated. The synthetic hum, occasionally yielding a
doleful melody as it does, manages to imbue a naiveté to this contemporary and
subtly idiosyncratic chamber music. The album's secret, barely kept through the
minimalism, is its distinct folk noir quality in holding it. "boli group creating new
chamber folklore embracing the playing of instruments, not the played, but that
which is playing for the sake of future focus and edit into the very minerals of
instrument, intuition, emotion, fragility underlying, the warning, always pulsating
acts of drama, wet leaves, asphalt, pan to right, agriculture and electricity poles a
container ship, lonely in horizon hoping for a clear thought, but everything existing
as conspiracy the sound of a search, uncertain and always asking, for certainty is
false, showing sceneries changing permanently and forever narrating, like a
panorama of grey clouds, keeping humidity levels high, heating up before the
release of water and lightning investigation for folk instruments"
Vanessa Amara - Manos
Vanessa Amara
Manos
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Posh Isolation)
22,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Vanessa Amara's new album trails shorthand piano pieces and wilted strings through
magnificent, electro-acoustic surrounds, often settling into buzzing, syncopated
reveries. Always intricate, and effortlessly tender, 'Manos' is an album as textural as
it is melodic, and it is certainly the most exquisite suite of works to have been
presented by Vanessa Amara thus far.
Erik Enocksson - OST Farväl Falkenberg
Erik Enocksson
OST Farväl Falkenberg
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Posh Isolation)
20,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Movies / TV
Farväl Falkenberg is a soundtrack to the movie of the same name. It is 10 years old
this year and Posh Isolation is rereleasing it in a remastered version with new artwork,
giving it its first widespread LP release to date. When Farväl Falkenberg was originally
released, the record label responsible, Kning Disk, wrote "- having not only created a
lush record full of thick, back country piano and raw, acoustic guitar waltzes,
Enocksson has more importantly produced an album that effortlessly translates the
feeling of isolation (both geographically and emotionally) in an intensely personal way
you don't often come across." With such a statement it seems only natural that now
10 years later it should find a new home via Posh Isolation. "It is hard to overstate the
importance Erik Enocksson's work in relation to the discography of Posh Isolation.
Years before we met, his release "Apan" completely changed how I thought of music.
Something similar happened when I later heard Farväl Falkenberg for the first time. I
was in a car going from Prague to Berlin sitting on the backseat, the person next to
me had tears down her cheeks in the middle of the first song, by the end of the
record the whole car was silent and remained so for the rest of the drive. It is rare to
witness music with such effect and it is not often that a record could have that effect
still, ten years after its initial release. I think Farväl Falkenberg can. - Loke Rahbek
Khalil - The Water We Drink
Khalil
The Water We Drink
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Posh Isolation)
15,19 €* 18,99 € -20%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The Water We Drink' is the debut album from Khalil, a close confidante of Posh
Isolation, and naturally a project close to the heart. With an iridescent shower of
auto-tuned vocals and encrypted synthetic forms, Khalil presents a luminous route
into a future of cadences pitched to a crushing intensity.As the new project of Nikolaj
Vonsild, best known for his pop endeavours in the synth quartet When Saints Go
Machine, as well as his acoustic duo Cancer, Khalil is his strongest vision to date. The
collaborative platform for Vonsild's searing angelic/alien vocals is produced with Simon
Formann, better know as Yen Towers and formerly of Lower (RIP), along with Villas
Klint. With water we feel differently. Indifferently of course, it approaches our sense
of touch quite unlike any other matter or form. It slips and caresses, appealing to a
sensuality so intuitive it barely registers beyond its immediacy. It's an urgency that
always arrives. The ocean tells us so on the shore; a perennial pleasure, a forgivable
obsession. That the coast, its container, the edge of where we safely stand and where
water waits, is a form just as much as it is a dissolving place, then considering a design
such as that of an Evian natural spring water bottle amounts to staring at the stars.
Thematically, Khalil draws constellations and cites emotive signals with this kind of
deep union between form and touch. Finding perhaps a place undiscovered.Across the
album the impulses of the romantic lyricism are diverted through artificial mechanisms
and unnatural vocal terrains. Set against a melodic chorus of fractured pop, there is a
certain sense in which the aching wane of Khalil feels like an ensemble of identities
grasping for a form as water may grasp for land.If there's reason to feel that bottled
water is a portable piece of something greater than ourselves, then Khalil distributes
high definition pop tropes with the same logic. The radio is an ocean, and Khalil's
longing a hydrating force.
Damien Dubrovnik - Great Many Arrows
Damien Dubrovnik
Great Many Arrows
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Posh Isolation)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Great Many Arrows' is the 6th studio album from Damien Dubrovnik, the Danish duo
of Loke Rahbek and Christian Stadsgaard. It is also the 200th release on their Posh
Isolation label, marking 8 years for both the label and project. The label's inception
came with Damien Dubrovnik's debut album, and since then the two have been
inseparable. Without Damien Dubrovnik there would most likely have been no Posh
Isolation, and vice versa.'Great Many Arrows' is undoubtedly a high point in the varied
discographies of both Rahbek and Stadsgaard. It is the most realized Damien
Dubrovnik recording to date, and a standout in Posh Isolation's troves.As a record,
'Great Many Arrows' manages to translate the intensity of the duo's often
unrestrained live shows in to carefully crafted studio productions. Unlike the pair's
earlier and largely electronic recordings, the compositions on 'Great Many Arrows'
set organs, cellos, violas, wind and other acoustic instruments against the backdrop of
an electronic landscape.The new toolset is as apparent on the surface as it is in the
enclosed detail, taking the project further from its noise roots than it has ever been.
This is not to say that Rahbek and Stadsgaard have traded ferocity for formal
constraint. It is rather the opposite. While 'Great Many Arrows' is certainly the pair's
most 'musical' work to date, its veneer of accessibility might also make it their most
terrifying.The strength of the recording lies here in the interaction between the
melodic, acoustic instrumentation and the bulldozing electronics. Moments of beauty
and light are transfigured into utter chaos and rage, the mesmerising change an
expression of the equal and opposite form's natural sway as it beckons and slips
between its own passing.'Great Many Arrows' takes its name from a historic archery
competition in Kyoto, Japan, in which archers would shoot as many arrows as possible
for a 24 hour period. On April 26, 1686, Wasa Daihachiro from Kishu successfully
shot 8,133 out of 13,053 arrows, averaging 544 arrows an hour, or 9 arrows a minute,
becoming the record holder.
Croatian Amor - Finding People
Croatian Amor
Finding People
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Posh Isolation)
14,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
An assembly of choral traces and transmissions, these four new tracks are
the project's clearest move towards pop. At the same time, this is perhaps
the weirdest record yet from Croatian Amor, introducing a complexity that
we have not previously seen. From the cut-up, granulated rhythm section
and auto-tuned choir of the opener 'Sky Walkers', to the duetting ballad of
'Finding People'-featuring additional vocals from new name Khalil-the record
never rests for long. The exploration is soothing, its search a tonic to the
swarm of emotion it provokes.And while the four tracks on Finding People
barely reach 20 minutes it still manages to present the sharpest vision of the
project so far.
Age Coin - Performance
Age Coin
Performance
LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Posh Isolation)
13,79 €* 22,99 € -40%
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Kristian Emdal and Simon Formann have developed a project that finds common ground between electro-acoustic methods and quantised club nights.
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Mischa Pavlovski - Kapitel
Mischa Pavlovski
Kapitel
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Posh Isolation)
19,99 €* 24,99 € -20%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Kapitel' is the debut recording of the part Russian, part Swedish, but Copenhagen-based Mischa Pavlovski. On offer is a monolithic piece of minimal, ambient techno, and it is quite beyond grasp how such a strong release could be someone's debut.
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