Scrapbook 3

by Pollux & Flat Affect



This is a lobit aka low bitrate release. Download link is below.
Released on SP [SPNet24]
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Artwork by Normal Gergely:
Review by Yeah I Know It Sucks:
"This album was originally released as the Third in a series of ‘binder; releases intended for a collector’s scrapbook. It has now been sold out and that means the people of SP Recordings made it kindly available for free download on their netlabel department. It contains 3 tracks by Pollux and one by Flat Affect. Both two legendary names in the underground field and I am sure they will please the ears as it did my eyes seeing the both of them team up.

‘Fortunate in his misfortune’ is a track that contains darkness in a world of lightness. If that makes no sense to you, you should probably just download it yourself and give it your own spin. It has the typical Pollux quality and it is amazing how a track of such a short length can be so telling as well as entertaining.

‘Cross & Crisis’ is darker than fortunate in his misfortune. It simply adds a layer of darkness and doom at the end, which doesn’t turn out to be happy. Well baked dramatic music is where this track is about.

The last track made by Pollux is called ‘Black Sky With Light Birds’ it is the longest track on this release counting 3 minutes and 31 seconds. In this time period Pollux creates an amazing ambient track that shines a light in the black sky. We feel like flying as the warmth pads warm up the atmosphere. A beauty!

The last track is made by sound artist Flat Affect. His approach is entirely on its own genre wise. We hear a interesting soundscape with some kind of a moving train sound.. We hear crisper sounds, warm elements of alarm bells ringing and a passenger who suddenly realizes that he has taken the wrong train back to misery. Misfortune sets the tone is the perfect chosen name for this track!
but no way back as the train slides down the hill…

Yes indeed perhaps short tracks, but if you realize that the original record was released on a floppy disk it is really not that short at all. Also the quality of the sound production doesn’t give away that it is encoded in the warm welcoming lobit encoding. The split between Pollux and Flat Affect works very well to keep this release interesting, as they both work in complete different ways audio wise. In either way this is a goody and a perfect soundtrack for these people who are experiencing misfortunate moments. Magical moments, pure and freely available for your own greedy ears."
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released August 2, 2012




Pollux France

Pollux is Arnaud Barbe.


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