Keysound Set To Release New LHF Album

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Keysound Recordings are proud to present the second album from elusive London collective, LHF. Three years on from their cherished double debut album ‘Keepers Of The Light’ and following the recent announcement of a collaboration EP with Hackney’s legendary Ragga Twins, ‘For The Thrown’ sees a compact 10 track longplayer reach double vinyl and digital.

“This music is cult music,” explain the clan “…and we’re not sure we’ll ever quite fit in anywhere but the album is exactly that – an album for the misfits, those that frustrate due to not being easy to define, those that are discarded and thrown away.”

Consisting of core and satellite sounds, LHF have built an alternate sonic platform upon which they can operate freely; familiar in essence but essentially an unknown quantity – harbouring both ghostly memories and echoes of past underground movements since faded as well as glimpses of what might be.

Members of LHF include Amen Ra, Double Helix, No Fixed Abode, Low Density Matter, Octaviour, Escobar Seasons, Solar Man and Lumin Project. Members are as at home in London, Mumbai, LA, Rio, New York, as reaching out into the near reaches of the cosmos or the past.

LHF ‘For The Thrown’
Release Date: 10th July 2015
Label: Keysound Recordings
Cat No: LDN054
Format: 2XLP // Digital

01. Amen Ra and Octaviour – Gateway
02. Amen Ra – Surrender
03. Amen Ra – Horizon
04. Amen Ra – Yielding
05. Amen Ra – Entrapment
06. Amen Ra feat No Fixed Abode – One Door Isn’t Enough
07. Amen Ra – Wet Harmonic
08. Amen Ra – Mud and Root
09. Amen Ra – Triumph
10. Amen Ra – Natural Boost

‘Keepers Of The Light’ (2012) Press Coverage:
“So impressive and immersive a statement that it deigns to create its own alternate universe” Resident Advisor
“A set of brilliant and endless possibilities” Mixmag
“Glorious. A pleasure to get lost in” Q Magazine
“The longer you spend in their world, the greater the contact high” The Wire
“LHF are not just drawing from the mythology of underground music but have established their own place amongst it” FACT Magazine
“An exquisitely constructed mosaic of UK dance music signifiers” The Quietus​