The Female Form is the second collaborative record by two of Copenhagen's most prolific experimental music personas. Frederikke Hoffmeier's Puce Mary project is known from several solo records on Posh Isolation and her collaborative releases with Sewer Election, as well as countless shows and performances all over the world. Loke Rahbek is probably best known as a co-founder of Posh Isolation and his projects under the aliases Croatian Amor, Damien Dubrovnik, Lust for Youth, Var, and an impressive body of work manifested both as records, performances, and strange places in between. Together they released The Closed Room on Posh Isolation in 2011, and now they present the second record of their planned trilogy. The Female Form was recorded partly in their shared studio in Copenhagen, located inside the venue and studio complex Mayhem, and partly at the historic Elektronmusikstudion in Stockholm. Thematically, the record deals with intimacy and the (i'm)possible relation of the sexes. It is obvious that the two artists have grown vastly, both as composers and lyricists, since their last collaborative effort. Still, it feels like The Female Form picks up where The Closed Room left of, walking a path in between industrial, drone, and electroacoustic music. The room is still closed, the doors are shut, and windows covered, and whatever insight the listener is granted is the kind of insight you get peeping through the keyhole or the crack between the curtains. Every motion is obscured and the outcome uncertain. Still, the seven pieces of The Female Form are a demanding and intriguing venture into the two artists' world, even if we are left at the doorstep with the door closed in front of us.
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