So you team up members of LCD Soundsystem and The Juan Maclean and I’m just hearing about it!!! Damn I’m glad I saw this boy before it’s gone.

This will definitely groove you until you are all out of grooving. Really damn excited for this one.

The Details

PREORDER ITEM SHIPS OCTOBER 14TH OR SO. YOU'LL GET THE DIGITAL VIA EMAIL ON THAT DATE, TOO.

We have a limited number copies on clear red vinyl. All preorders will be signed by the band, and vinyl preorders come with an additional bonus 12" with a new track, "Never Let It End", backed with a Hardway Bros. Remix, while supplies last. Woo.

Museum of Love is the musical project of Pat Mahoney (Founding member of LCD Soundsystem) and Dennis McNany (Jee Day).

Longtime friends in New York, McNany and Mahoney found a similar sensibility and a shared vocabulary for interpreting surroundings, something that began with their remix of Battles’ “My Machines feat. Gary Numan” and extended into their creation of a full length record together.

Naming their duo in ode to Daniel Johnston’s song of the same name, Mahoney divulges, “I had always loved the song, and had been thinking of what such an edifice would contain when we were trying to name the project.” McNany continues, “Pat’s a sculptor, I’m a painter, we make music and museums are sacred spaces and love is an elusive thing.”

Museum of Love is the result of a songwriting collaboration between McNany and Mahoney, with McNany writing
most of the music, and Mahoney most of the words. Together they edited and arranged the tracks in the studio. Mahoney says the process of collaboration was energizing, while McNany simply explains, “making the record was pure pleasure. Waiting for it to come out has been the hardest thing.”

“Museum of Love moves at a stately pace here, offering a slow and steady chugger that wraps itself in gauzy vocal layers and takes its sweet time reaching its climactic peak.” - Pitchfork



Tracklist:

Horizontalator
Down South
In Infancy
FATHERS
The Who's Who of Who Cares
Learned Helplessness In Rats (Disco Drummer)
Monotronic
The Large Glass
And All The Winners (Fuck You Buddy)

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