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Vanity Productions
Only the Grains of Love Remain

Posh Isolation co-founder Christian Stadsgaard brings his Vanity Productions project out once more for an exploration of icy synthetic dread and wayward sound processing. There’s a dark, strangely shaped cloud hanging over this first outing on vinyl for VP, in keeping with the uneasy tone of the cassette releases that preceded it.
  • Artist(s):
  • Damien Dubrovnik
  • Artist(s):
  • Damien Dubrovnik

Loke Rahbek
City Of Women

Posh Isolation bossman and the mind behind Croatian Amor / Damien Dubrovnik is here presenting a full-length album under his own name for the first time. City Of Women pulls in many of Loke Rahbek’s aesthetic concerns, with aspects of twisted pop, melodic classical instrumentation and gnarly noise all rubbing shoulders with each other. This major solo statement is out on Editions Mego.
  • Artist(s):
  • Damien Dubrovnik

Croatian Amor
The World

The 2013 debut album of Croatian Amor, one of the main musical projects of Posh Isolation main-man Loke Rahbek. The World finds Loke playing around with moody drama, using synths, unidentified noises (vocals?) and, perhaps more surprisingly, melodic guitars to carry the listener through a whole world of uneasy pleasure. LP on Posh Isolation.
  • Artist(s):
  • Damien Dubrovnik

Croatian Amor
Love Means Taking Action

Croatian Amor is one of many projects helmed by Loke Rahbek of Posh Isolation. It leans away from the sharp noise he often dabbles in, instead presenting some pretty shimmery synth songs. Love Means Taking Action  is a joint release between Posh Isolation and Luke Younger’s Alter label: one handles the LP, the other the CD.
  • Artist(s):
  • Damien Dubrovnik

Damien Dubrovnik
Vegas Fountain

Danish drone-and-noise duo Damien Dubrovnik, consisting of Loke Rahbek and Christian Stadgaard, are back with a new intense piece of static, noise and beauty. Vegas Fountain continues on the path previously set on Alter, albeit with more distinctness, perhaps a bit more clarity between the distorted synthesizers.
  • Artist(s):
  • Damien Dubrovnik