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Polypores - Sacred Drift Album

Polypores - Sacred Drift Album

Performer: Polypores
Title: Sacred Drift
Style: Ambient, Drone
Released: 21 Apr 2018
Cat#: InFact055
Country: Greece
Label: In Fact Recordings
Size MP3 version: 2398 mb
Size FLAC version: 2486 mb
Size WMA version: 2864 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 733
Genre: Electronic

Polypores - Sacred Drift Album


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2Sacred Drift11:00


Numbered edition of 50 copies. Includes bonus cd with bonus tracks.


Sacred Drift by Polypores, released 21 April 2018 1. Sacred Drift 2. Includes bonus CD with 4 extra tracks, which are also included in the digital download. That's 72 minutes of swampy drones and blissed-out mossy textures. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 6 GBP or more. RecordVinyl Digital Album. Artist : Polypores Title : Sacred Drift Format : 10 Clear Record incl. cd with bonus tracks Label : In Fact Recordings Cat : InFact055 Buy : Комментарии отключены. The Very Best Of André Rieu André Rieu Greatest Hits Full Album - Продолжительность: 1:31:10 2CELLOS Recommended for you. from Sacred Drift by Polypores. Buy the Full Digital Album. Includes a bonus CD, which makes it 72 minutes of music in total. Includes unlimited streaming of Sacred Drift via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Sold Out. from Sacred Drift, released April 21, 2018. Sacred Drift, The Fluid preview Written and produced by Stephen James Buckley. Recorded live with no overdubs in March 2018. Dedicated to Violet. Recommended listening environment is a dark room with the eyes closed . Play album. Sacred Drift. 8 listeners. 21 Apr 2018 2 tracks. Polypores aka Stephen James Buckley has been making haunted space music with synthesizers since 2014. Drift is the seventh full-length by NYC rock polymaths The Men, and it marks their 10th anniversary as a band. The Men's last album, the self-released Devil Music, was the sound of a band who had been through hell hitting reset and looking to their roots to rediscover themselves. On Drift, The Men return to their longtime label Sacred Bones Records and explore the openness that Devil Music helped them find. The immediately evident result of that exploration is the experimental quality of much of the material on Drift. The rest of the album drives down stranger highways. Secret Light is an improvisation based on an old piano riff of Perros. Sacred Drift, by Polypores. 6 track album. 20 Nisan, 07:14 . Here's a first look at the 'Sacred Drift' EP, out tomorrow via KiNETiK Records , on 10 clear vinyl wbonus CD and digital download wbonus tracks. They will be available via both my Bandcamp and the label's. There will be a Polypores album as described earlier which I've just finished mixing. It's a split album with another artist who is a friend of mine, as well as a synth guru. It's not been properly announced yet so I'm not saying too much, but it will be released on cassette and digital via a fantastic label based in Manchester. Sacred Fire: Live in South America is an album by Santana, released in 1993. This album is dedicated to the life of Cesar Chavez. Live in South America is not correct, since Mexico does not belong to South America. There is also a video of this album, by the similar name of Sacred Fire: Live in Mexico, featuring additional songs not featured on the album. Produced by Paul Flattery and directed by Peter Nydrle. As well as the concert, the video features shots of Carlos playing guitar at various


Rose Of Winds
Serenity can so often be deceiving; on its face, this new album from Polypores is all about naturalist escapism but just beneath the placid surface all manner of activity is going on. From the sporing of new life to the decay of what is no more and is fed upon, ‘Sacred Drift’ chronicles a cycle of death and re-birth as old as the planet itself. The dialogue of plants, the whispers of microbes and the tempestuous relationship all of it has with the comings and goings of the tide; the drift of millennia, that imperceptible shifting of landscape which eventually subsumes everything in it’s path.

I find what he’s seeking to capture is the evolutionary catalyst of intelligent life, that organic process of attaining consciousness through constant change. Perhaps the faster those molecules sub-divide the easier it will be for a thought to bubble up to the surface of this decidedly verdant sonic tableau. Further we go into the primordial muck, passing through layer after layer of genetic one-offs and abandoned biological prototypes; one thing is certain, these soft waves of synthesis are not meant to lull us into a state of complacency, there’s an exceeding inquisitive mind behind the six pieces making up Steven James Buckley’s newest entry.

For a few years now, what he's written has been expanding beyond explanation with this one teetering right on the edge of comprehension. At first it seemed as though he’d decided to go off the rails into a mossy paradise of reassuringly calming electronics but I can see now that there’s a method to all of this. His designs aren’t the directionless melange of ambiance I’d suspected initially, rather, they are instead a shrewdly considered rumination on an architecture which surrounds us each day that we’re too shallow and pre-occupied to see.

Not that the general public are going to look deeply into what this release is trying to tell us. It’ll be dismissed as pretty with a few dark undertones to it.

Ah but if you spend the requisite time getting to know what “Unfamiiar Lichens” or “Transitional Environment” have to their matrices you won’t be able to put this thing down and it’ll burrow into your thoughts with the greatest of ease. It has been in constant rotation since I got my hands on it back in April and long after I’m done reviewing ‘Sacred Drift’ these tracks will continue being played… more than any other work he has yet put out this one is insidiously invasive. Like the micro verse it details and illuminates, his music continually enlightens the perceptions, reasoning and intellect of those who listen.