The Scandinavian noise and power electronics supergroup Body Sculptures came jointly one night in 2014 in Copenhagen. Produced by Loke Rahbek — owner of Posh Isolation and person in Damien Dubrovnik and Lust for Youngsters — Swedish composer Erik Enocksson, Frederikke Hoffmeier (better referred to as Puce Mary) — Ossian Ohlsson (aka Vit Fana), as well as the regularly prolific Jonas Rönnberg (also called Varg and co-owner of Swedish label North Consumer electronics). Eschewing the most common group approach to focusing on a particular audio, each member would provide random equipment and synths towards the documenting and performance procedure, with the associates playing off one another to be able to explore musical place they wouldn’t normally project. Body Sculptures debuted their live present at electronic celebration Berlin Atonal in August 2015 — the extremely powerful and extreme experience was a significant talking point from the celebration. The group’s debut discharge also came only a month from then on show, using the 7″ one “THE BOTTOM of most Beauty May be the Body,” released on Rahbek’s Posh Isolation. A limited-edition edition, including an LP-length reward cassette, was also released. 2016 noticed the group deliver their complete length debut recording, A Body Becomes to Eden, once more on Posh Isolation. Influenced partly by an image of the Moroccan backyard that Rahbek got seen on-line, the album strolled the range between extreme bursts of experimental sound and lush, ambient consumer electronics.