8 thoughts on “ Lost In The Chase - Cristian Vogel - Polyphonic Beings (CD, Album) ”

  1. Mezihn says:
    Jan 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Polyphonic Beings on Discogs.4/5(26).
  2. Mutilar says:
    Polyphonic Beings, an album by Cristian Vogel on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, Lost In The Chase. 5. LA Banshee 6. Forest Gifts. 7. Society Of Hands. More by Cristian Vogel.
  3. Vusida says:
    Nov 23,  · Cristian Vogel ‎ - Polyphonic Beings Label: Shitkatapult ‎– STRIKEL Released: Nov Style: IDM, Experimental, Ambient, Techno lavarpertpatenol.skinlichecknasenaterapeanouscirrdi.co
  4. Golar says:
    Feb 03,  · directed by Yiannis Veslemes and Zan Tot music by Cristian Vogel taken from "Polyphonic Beings" (STRIKE) Shitkatapult Records.
  5. Tojazshura says:
    May 01,  · Artist: Cristian Vogel Album: Polyphonic Beings Released: Style: Techno Format: MP3 Kbps / FLAC Size: Mb. Tracklist: 01 – Exclusion Waves 02 – McCaw’s Ghost 03 – How Many Grapes Went Into That Wine 04 – Lost In The Chase 05 – LA Banshee 06 – Forest Gifts 07 – Society Of Hands DOWNLOAD LINKS: RAPIDGATOR: DOWNLOAD. FLAC ( Mb).
  6. Jukree says:
    Aug 20,  · ‘Polyphonic Beings’ begins with a surprisingly dub track which twists and turns, the sounds growing darker and more unexpected from track to track, minute by minute. An eerie and unbelievable sound, with all as it should be: every reverb tail, every movement of the fader, every composed note takes the listener piece by piece into Vogel’s own cosmos.
  7. Gardashakar says:
    Mar 12,  · Cristian Vogel – Polyphonic Beings (Shitkatapult) Headphone Commute Album Reviews March 12, 3 Minutes. “Lost in the Chase” continues from there, an odd listening track with a sense of urgency in its persistent patterns, offset by a .
  8. Maukazahn says:
    Review: Amazingly, it's 20 years since electronic maverick, experimentalist, techno oddball and sometime Super_Collider member Cristian Vogel released his debut album, the cassette-only Invisible Technology. 14 albums and two decades later, Eselbrucke finds him in fine form, offering a typically leftfield blend of chiming ambience, droning electronica (see the dreamy "Mount The "), out.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *