We have no zen but lots of pleasure to present a live set from Russian duo Love Cult. The spirit of Karelian nature has soaked these tunes with Northern dreamy hazes and even obvious LUV's split in two halves seem to be instinctively adjusted to the natural dualism. It dawns with hopes and it's gone with ease. The opening untitled 20-minute murmuring improv goes from plucking a minimalistic yet colorful mantra towards a noisy crescendo, marking a kind of a stormy noon. Then great Somn brings a shadow of indistinct anxiety (if you already heard Love Cult, you'll be surprised by this much softer version of a track which brought 'em high-pitched reviews — earlier this year Sonm featured on Cursillistas/Love Cult split release by Blackest Rainbow label) and then the soothing twilights are back with the short untitled closure, which is Anya's solo attempt to mark the circle's circumference…

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The three pieces on this release document Love Cult's complete gig in XI20 club (9-IV-2010 Vilnius, Lithuania). The guys from XI20 have a great archival/librarian habit — they record each club concert so for today's music potion we have to be thankful not only to Ivan and Anya, but to these people too.

Alongside with playing music the duo deals with production — if your tastes are not far from free folk/drone/psychedelic sounds, you ought to check their young but already significant Full Of Nothing label.

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