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4.5 stars Average rating: 4.5 stars from 47 vote(s).
 
 
 
#288: Polygon Ring / Songs from the season labs
M3U FMP3  Tracks : 16
 
A while back listeners of the podcast got a preview of releases to come - of which one track was from a live set by Polygon Ring.

After convincing the man that it was worthy of a seperate release, this 16 track album is the result.

Taking the basic live set as a starting point, the album has evolved into an almost entirely new entity. With a serious Boards of Canada edge appearing on some of the tracks (northwest showers being a true example of Boards style melodica and relatex to name a couple) there are refreshing tracks like 'a most unusual camera' which has one of the most additive arpeggios of late.

Watch out for a remix of a track from our very own Sektor - 'Loki' (not to forget that Sektor has two albums out on itunes via Kahvi commercial which are well worth a download)

Additional credits for this release: Mastering by Christopher Leary at Melograf Mastering, except track 10 mastered by Twerk at Audible Oddities and cover artwork by Alex Varanese.
   
 
 
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ap wrote on 22/07/10, 10:59 am
I agree with nightmorph and Rags. This is a pro quality release. I'm surprised it doesn't have more ratings on here.

Excellent work!
 
nightmorph wrote on 07/06/10, 6:33 pm
I finally got a chance to listen to this release. It's frickin' amazing! A sci-fi odyssey that stretches your mind and takes you places you haven't seen. I'll do a more thorough review later, but for now, I'll just thank the artist for making it, and Kahvi for putting it out. This is good stuff; five stars.
 
Polygon Ring wrote on 14/05/10, 5:45 pm
Thanks, Rags. Appreciated.
 
Rags wrote on 14/05/10, 12:46 pm
I probably could but that is not the main point here :-) This is an excellent release by any means.
 
Polygon Ring wrote on 13/05/10, 3:25 pm
NewSkool indeed, Rags. Three instances of the engine-only version, if I remember correctly. It's a pretty recognizable ensemble. There's another track on the album featuring it, I'm sure you'll guess which one correctly. ;)
 
Rags wrote on 13/05/10, 1:53 pm
Perelman's Office just made my day, I just picked this one randomly and got an instant smile on my face. Is that newschool.ens in there, right? :-)
 
SnowLeopard217 wrote on 10/05/10, 12:16 am
The .ogg version will not play back properly on my computer. Windows Media Player with .ogg codecs won't play them, and VLC won't play them either. I managed to get them playing in Audacity though. Great songs, but they need to be re encoded.