Monday, September 12, 2016

Polygon – Dreamfishing (2010)

  • Drum and bass 
  • Psychedelic 
  • Jungle 
  • Breakcore 
  • Ambient trance 
  • Electronic music 
  • Breakbeat 
  • Ambient dub

Comment: behind these 16 compositions is Glen Burrows who is being known due to his dubstep explorations under the pseudonym Gravity and before that under the pen name Polygon, the recent issue is more about. Glen Burrows exploits disparate measures and patterns to shed light on some rhythmic combinations in contemporary club dance-related and chilled-out electronic music. It is fairly sympathetic to get part of his sultry aesthetic where he goes beyond bare formalism by saturating it with glitch-coated bits, microscopic noises and unstable, tectonic rhythmic patterns. Indeed, mostly those sulphurous and frantic jungle and drum and bass rattles lose the ground in front of their foots being immersed in a heady panning thereby resulting in a psychedelic outfit. For me it somewhat reminds of a period from the year of 1998 when I bought a tape copy of The Orb`s Oblivion (1997, Island), and that was a very frequent listening object then. Indeed, at times Glen Burrows likes to add a restrained and spacey and vocal sample-based relish to the mixture while containing the previous intensity and profundity in cadence and propulsion. At times being overloaded by those meaningful swaths of psychedelic impulses running on invisible border of your mind and body you can perceive like dwelling in a collapsing house. You will get lost completely and thereafter you feel yourself unwounded in the face of daily trash around your mind and soul. And you cannot be wrong as a mob of 21,466 music lovers who have downloaded it at (under the leadership of Zardonic Recordings).
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