For all his robust, floor-friendly collaborations (see cuts with Peverelist, Baobinga and soon Kowton), David Corney has often saved his best work for his albums. That was the certainly the case with Broadcast, his stunning 2011 debut, which re-cast dubstep and bass music in a gorgeous, sun-bright, almost Balearic light. He's at it again on Modern Worship, a collection of pin-sharp compositions, high on atmosphere and rippling with his now famous crystalline synthesizer melodies (and, more surprisingly, dreamy vocals). Notably, there's less in the way of pandering to the dancefloor, Corney instead creating music for the heart and head. At times - such as on the starburst explosion of "Moving Statues" and high energy Italo shuffle of "Jam The Network" - the results are nothing less than breathtaking.
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