Monolake - Polygon_Cities album flac
|ml 015, ml015||Monolake||Polygon_Cities (CD, Album, Dig)||Monolake / Imbalance Computer Music, Monolake / Imbalance Computer Music||ml 015, ml015||Germany||2005|
|ML015||Monolake||Polygon_Cities (9xFile, AIFF, Album)||Monolake / Imbalance Computer Music||ML015||Germany||2005|
|ML015||Monolake||Polygon_Cities (9xFile, FLAC, Album)||Monolake / Imbalance Computer Music||ML015||Germany||2005|
|ml 015||Monolake||Polygon_Cities (CD, Album, Unofficial, Jew)||Monolake / Imbalance Computer Music||ml 015||Russia||2005|
|ML 015||Monolake||Polygon_Cities (9xFile, ALAC, Album, RE)||Monolake / Imbalance Computer Music||ML 015||Germany||2017|
Album · 2005 · 9 Songs. polygon Cities Monolake.
Album: Polygon Cities Release Date: 28/06/2005 Label: Monolake Catalog ML015. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "monolake, imbalance computer music "); ARESA, BMG Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (2). Ещё. Свернуть.
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With POLYGON CITIES, they continue their warm tech-dub, keeping two feet firmly planted on the dancefloor. Not prone to showy florishes, the tracks stay resolutely on the level, from the dark (but not overly so) "Pipeline" to the lower register growls and static of "CCTV. The long tones and vocoder directionals of "North" lead directly into the deep and wobbly "Axis. Invisible" goes a chillier route (with more vocodered vocals), and "Carbon" stretches into more abstract territory. The sixth Monolake album is a surprisingly fresh take on the Monolake sound. Tracks like "Pipeline" have those spooky synths that you normally associate with a Bitstream production.
More albums from Monolake: Gravity by Monolake. Cinemascope by Monolake.
Listen free to Monolake – Polygon Cities (Pipeline, CCTV and more). Constructed by Robert Henke and T++ at the Centre de la Recherche Numérique summer to winter 2004. Time and space created using a NED Synclavier II, PPG Wave . and Ableton Operator. Cathedral from Lexicon. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online.
I don't know much about Monolake (in fact, I don't like to; it's the music that interests me) but Polygon Cities is really a masterstroke of creative & musical ingenuity. If I had to describe it, the music falls somewhere between early Autechre and Aphex Twin, but with a more refined sensibility and a knack for using found sounds and other audio material from our modern electron-rooted existences.
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Polygon Cities is a fine album, and the tracks which comprise it are fine examples of current trends in minimalist techno. In the past few years there's been a turn away from the massive and grand, inwards towards the intimate and intricate. The sound of artists such as Matthew Dear and the Kompakt roster is complex and detailed, rewarding an attention to detail with well-constructed rhythmical patterns built out of disparate elements combined for cumulative effect. There is nothing new in Monolake: their fragile intricacy, brooding atmosphere and preference for the subtle revelation over the grandiose movement place them well of a kind with the cutting edge of techno in 2005. But there is, conversely, little here for those not already enamored of the genre. monolake polygon cities.
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