is the name under which Sean Canty and Miles Whittaker
have been making music since 2009 – music influenced by,
among other things, occultism and spirituality, which opens up a sense
of otherworldly mysteries and affords insights into the incomprehensible.
Released under the Modern Love label – thus far including the
four albums Symbiosis, Tryptych, Elemental, and Wonderland – their
music has already been used as film scores for a number of productions,
including Kiss of the Damned (2012) and Joe (2013). The Manchester-based duo have also performed internationally in numerous
theatres, museums, art spaces and clubs, and with selected projects
such as the live re-scoring of Häxan – Witchcraft through the Ages,
Benjamin Christensen’s witch film of 1922, commissioned by the British
Film Institute, or Concealed, a collaboration with the Cracow Sinfonietta
and video artist Michael England for the Unsound Festival,
of which a version was last performed in early 2015 at the Barbican
Theatre in London.