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Indirect Light EP
DM 3D002
18 Apr 12
Techno
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Black Sun - (10:03) 124 BPM
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Indirect Light - (3:14)
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Sole Star - (8:53) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Played by: LAYUP, A.Mochi
The Last Vehicle EP
DM3D 003
17 Sep 12
Techno
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The Last Vehicle - (3:14) 138 BPM
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Major Axis - (9:50) 130 BPM
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Parallel Transport - (11:35) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Played by: Speedy J
Polar Inertia Remixed
DM3D 005
21 Oct 13
Techno
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Major Axis (Silent Servant remix) - (7:53) 130 BPM
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The Last Vehicle (Francois X remix) - (8:06) 126 BPM
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Black Sun (Abdulla Rashim remix) - (10:01) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Played by: Nikola Gala
Review: French deep techno producer Polar Inertia gets the remix treatment from an impressive cast. First up is Silent Servant, who delivers a rework of "Major Axis". The US producer turns in a stepping version that twists and turns to the sound of subsonic blips and eerie synth textures that eventually cover the arrangement like a frosty glove. Deeply Rooted's Francois X treads a different path for his version of "Last Vehicle", deploying spooky vocals and grainy drums to give the arrangement a rugged, hard-hitting feeling. Finally, it's the turn of Abdulla Rashim, whose take on "Black Sun" edges back down the wormhole courtesy of a stripped back, droning rhythm.
Kinematic Optics EP
DM3D 011
11 Nov 15
Techno
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Floating Away Fire - (8:44) 130 BPM
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Hell Frozen Over - (8:36) 130 BPM
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Vertical Ice - (11:58) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Kinematic Optics - (3:14) 146 BPM
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Can We See Well Enough To Move On? (Part One) - (21:10) 90 BPM
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Can We See Well Enough To Move On? (Part Two) - (19:51) 118 BPM
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Review: French men-of-mystery Polar Inertia describe themselves as a "blurry techno entity". They're at their shape-shifting best on Kinematic Optics, a double vinyl excursion that contains their first original material since 2012. They set their stall out with the foreboding, cinematic ambience of the title track (built, incidentally, around an extensive spoken word vocal), before delivering an epic chunk of rolling industrial techno ("Floating Away Fire"). There's a mournful, melancholic feel to the deep techno throbber "Vertical Ice", while "Hell Frozen Over" is fittingly dark and murky. The second 12" contains a recording of previous live performance "Can We See Well Enough To Move On?" in its entirety, with droning textures and glacial electronics guaranteeing a spine-chilling mood
Field Records Collection: 12'' Sampler 2 3
FIELD 12
22 Sep 14
Techno
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Varg - "Ohns Odegard" - (6:55) 128 BPM
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Remote - "Echo Of You" - (6:50) 120 BPM
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Polar Inertia - "Sonic Outlaws" - (8:42) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Played by: Paul Mac
Review: Following on from the tough techno of its first compilation sampler, Field follow it up with a deeper and more reflective approach. Remote's "Echo Of You" has some dance floor bearing, thanks to its gentle, dubby beats, but it's all about the wispy, floaty synths. There are no beats at all on Varg's "Ohns Odegard" and instead, the listener is treated to gentle, soft-focus synths unfolding and unravelling slowly, like rain drizzling its way down a window on a grey morning. Against this backdrop, Polar Inertia's "Sonic Outlaws" sounds out of place, but its pulsing, tunnelling groove seeks to seduce the listener rather than hammer them into submission.
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