Secure shopping Secure shopping

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

Secure shopping Secure shopping

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.Visit Juno DJ

View:
Options
Items 1 to 6 of 6 on page 1 of 1
Wonderland
 Add to cart
 in stock $20.64
Wonderland (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: LOVE 105. Rel: 28 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Curzon (5:12)
  2. Animal Style (7:17)
  3. Hardnoise (10:37)
  4. Blue (1:00)
  5. FullEdge (EMpTy-40 mix) (5:26)
  6. Sourcer (5:26)
  7. Airborne Latency (7:00)
  8. Fridge Challenge (2:51)
  9. Overstaying (6:23)
Review: The new album Wonderland is Miles Whittaker and Sean Canty's first LP as Demdike Stare since 2012's Elemental and arrives a year on after the completion of their Testpressing EP series for Modern Love. Starting out with the the demonic and guttural body basher "Curzon" where you know right away that this album will be one wild ride. "Hardnoise" goes from industrial noise to sub bass heavy techno to blissful IDM over its epic 10 minute duration. Elsewhere, "Sourcer" tackles a mangled form of late '90s techstep while the beautiful closer "Overstaying" is a glorious exercise in hypnotism that sits somewhere between minimal techno and deconstructed electro.
Read more
Wonderland
 Add to cart
 in stock $11.68
Cat: LOVE 105. Rel: 27 Feb 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Curzon
  2. Animal Style
  3. Hardnoise
  4. Blue
  5. FullEdge (eMpTy-40 mix)
  6. Sourcer
  7. Airborne Latency
  8. Fridge Challenge
  9. Overstaying
Review: Since Demdike Stare released their last album in 2012, the world seems to have got altogether darker and more shocking. It certainly seems a fitting time for the Lancastrian duo to return with their sixth full length. Wonderland naturally boasts a number of typically clandestine, pagan outings - see the dense, industrial influenced "Curzon", fearlessly distorted "Hardnoise" and mutant jungle fuzziness of "Sourcer" - but also moments of frenzied funk and quiet contemplation. In the latter category you'll find sublime album closer "Overstaying", where shimmering synth melodies and ghostly chords rub shoulders with elastic bass and skittish drum machine percussion. However dark and bleak things may seem, there's always hope, even in the intensely unsettling world of Demdike Stare.
Read more
An American Hero
 Add to cart
 in stock $8.97
Cat: LOVE 106. Rel: 19 Jun 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Theme (Trophies)
  2. Ready (Sacred)
  3. Angela (Square)
  4. Everything (Good)
  5. Skin (Hit)
  6. Fantasy (4U)
  7. Feel (Storm)
  8. Fall (Never Meant)
  9. Garrys (Locker)
  10. Lately (Acoustic)
  11. Hero (Theme)
Review: Arguably better known these as distorted eletronica and industrial techno wrong 'un Low Jack, Philippe Hallais is undoubtedly one of electronic music's most singular talents. Further proof of his forthright approach is provided by An American Hero, which marks his first album free of the Low Jack alias. It's a typically experimental in tone, with the producer's usual metallic sounds, mind-altering distortion and analogue fuzz all in evidence, alongside pulse-like rhythms and clear club-wise movements. For example, tracks such as "Everything (Good)" and "Angela (Square)" burst out of the speakers with a mind-bending vortex of sounds that pull you into a subtle groove. Compared to most left field or ambient albums out there, Hallais has made sure to keep you locked and excited for the whole damn thing.
Read more
An American Hero
 Add to cart
 in stock $19.55
Cat: LOVE 106. Rel: 19 Jun 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Theme (Trophies) (5:07)
  2. Ready (Sacred) (1:37)
  3. Angela (Square) (2:37)
  4. Everything (Good) (5:26)
  5. Skin (Hit) (4:57)
  6. Fantasy (4U) (4:48)
  7. Feel (Storm) (4:41)
  8. Fall (Never Meant) (3:30)
  9. Garrys (Locker) (4:49)
  10. Lately (Acoustic) (6:03)
  11. Hero (Theme) (2:27)
Review: When he's not busy producing ear-shaking industrial techno or corrupted house bangers, Paris' Low Jack appears under his birth name, Philippe Hallais. While this is technically a debut under his real name, we've already gotten a taste of what the talented producer can offer beyond the dancefloor. This album, An American Hero, comes through on Andy Stott's sublime Modern Love and we feel that there couldn't be a better match on our charts this week. Although the large part of these tunes would scare most normal people off any dance piste, there is something unmistakably club-minded about it; the choice of sonics and atmospherics is most certainly on the experimental side of the spectrum, but there is a noticeable movement and pulse-like beat at its foundations. For instance, the likes of "Everything (Good)" or "Angela (Square)" burst out of the speakers with a mind-bending vortex of sounds that somehow find their own kinetic energy and pull you in to a subtle groove. Compared to most left field or ambient albums out there, Hallais has made sure to keep you locked and excited for the whole damn thing. Recommended. Warmly.
Read more
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
Too Many Voices
 Add to cart
 in stock $20.38
Cat: LOVE 101 . Rel: 25 Apr 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Waiting For You
  2. Butterflies
  3. New Romantic
  4. First Night Alone
  5. Forgotten
  6. Selfish
  7. On My Mind
  8. Over
  9. Too Many Voices
Review: Andy Stott rarely gets it wrong. To date, he's release a trio of fine full-lengths on Modern Love, each of which has arrived perfectly formed. It's a similar story on fourth album Too Many Voices. Rich, spacious and melodious, it draws on both classic and contemporary sounds, channeling Yellow Magic Orchestra, James Blake, Boards Of Canada, Autechre and clap-happy drum machine funk, before twisting these varied inspirations into thrilling new shapes. For all the high-minded experimentalism, Stott's greatest gift is an ability to create music that's inspired and entertaining, achieving a balance between boundary-pushing and old-fashioned melodiousness. When he gets it right, as on Too Many Voices, few can really compete.
Read more
Too Many Voices
 Add to cart
 in stock $21.47
Too Many Voices (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: LOVE 101. Rel: 02 May 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Waiting For You (2:44)
  2. Butterflies (4:24)
  3. New Romantic (5:38)
  4. First Night (5:46)
  5. Forgotten (5:39)
  6. Selfish (4:36)
  7. On My Mind (6:10)
  8. Over (5:06)
  9. Too Many Voices (6:08)
Review: Andy Stott rarely gets it wrong. To date, he's release a trio of fine full-lengths on Modern Love, each of which has arrived perfectly formed. It's a similar story on fourth album Too Many Voices. Rich, spacious and melodious, it draws on both classic and contemporary sounds, channeling Yellow Magic Orchestra, James Blake, Boards Of Canada, Autechre and clap-happy drum machine funk, before twisting these varied inspirations into thrilling new shapes. For all the high-minded experimentalism, Stott's greatest gift is an ability to create music that's inspired and entertaining, achieving a balance between boundary-pushing and old-fashioned melodiousness. When he gets it right, as on Too Many Voices, few can really compete.
Read more
Items 1 to 6 of 6 on page 1 of 1
Labels
 
Release Date
Monthly payment
Number of monthly payments
Cash price
Deposit to pay
Loan amount
Loan repayment
Cost of loan
Total amount payable

Only available to UK residents over 18, subject to terms and conditions. More info here.

These rates of finance are based on this specific product and can be applied for once this item has been added to the cart. Adding other products to your cart may change the rate of finance or deposit required.

Checkout and apply for finance now
Close