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Boomkat Product Review:
Night School Records pick up Love Cult's fearsome follow-up to their chilling 'Fingers Crossed' LP for Public Information. Hailing from the Russian Republic Of Karelia, up near Finland, the duo of Anya Kuts and Ivan Afanasyev aka Love Cult have coined the apt term "no tech", short for northern technology, to describe their deconstructed hybrids of cold, ceramic textures, black metal atmosphere and machine-driven rhythms found on the 'Know EP'. It's a marked progression from their Public Information album, far more focussed on bass heavy rhythmic patterns, but not at the expense of their signature, below-kelvin vibes. A-side, they forge a matt black hybrid of hairy-clawed black metal riffs and protean techno sludge on 'Mise En Abyme' before spinning well west with the glinting garage groove and "ecclesiastical reverb drones" of 'My Boy' coming off like Grouper meets Dro Carey. B-side, 'Lust Undone' steps off with wickedly stilted slowfast corrugations sounding like Burial Hex doing footwork, and closer 'It's True' melds opiated vocals with ice-burning dubstep.