Emmanuelle De Héricourt releases latest album as EDH on Lentonia
Paris-based musician Emmanuelle De Héricourt, also known as the artist EDH released her latest album Yaviz on June 12th via the French label Lentonia Records, distributed in America by Nail Distribution.
De Héricourt’s music is demanding and scholarly, synthetic and human, mechanic and sensual and all the while it is still accessible and catchy. Check out the evidence on “Ice”, the first single from Yaviz streaming now.
Writer David McKenna of The Quietus.com recently noted that the previous EDH album The Correct Use Of Pets (a collaboration with French artist Hypo) “has probably been one of my most replayed albums of the last decade.”
McKenna went on to say that “Its bricolage pop was undoubtedly post-modern but not merely as a smirking anti-statement; assembled from uncanny samples and analogue keyboards, it is re-imagined 80’s new wave electronic pop, lounge music and all manner of dance music styles.”
The vinyl edition of Yaviz will be accompanied by a CD of remixes by Subtitle, UNISON, Stereovoid, Nicolas Jorio, Elmapi, Ricky Hollywood, Hypo and more.