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Frikandel [the End Bit] - Brainwaltzera - Poly-Ana (File, Album)

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  1. Poly-Ana Fresh from the release of a fine EP of braindance influenced workouts on Analogical Force, mysterious producer Brainwaltzera delivers his second full length excursion. This time round, the influences are a lot more horizontal in tone, as the sometime Film artist explores the blurred lines between early 90s ambient, IDM, intelligent.
  2. Poly-Ana, an album by Brainwaltzera on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  3. It caused a bit of a furore - and subsequently the hype surrounding this admittedly superb debut album - but the patronage of Richard D James is in many ways fitting. You see, Poly Ana is full of the kind of hard-to-pigeonhole electronic fare that could have come from the legendary Cornish producer's studio.
  4. 2x12' version. Scented gatefold sleeve, relief varnish; gram vinyl. Brainwaltzera's debut album Poly-Ana follows quickly on the heels of the producer's.
  5. I think Poly-Ana is getting a little overhyped, but it's easy to get caught up in the fact that this wouldn't sound out of place at all if it came out 15 years ago. Brainwaltzera's description "make braindance great again" shows that he's shooting for a throwback to the Rephlex days, and to that end, he nailed it.
  6. 2x12" version. Brainwaltzera's debut album Poly-Ana follows quickly on the heels of the producer's Aescoba EP (FILM EP, ). Across thirteen tracks of both previously released material and fresh excursions into the artist's world, Brainwaltzera explores sounds ranging from luscious, downtempo grooves and expertly reduced brain-dance cuts with nods to early '90s experimental IDM to harder.
  7. Frikandel [The End Bit] About this item. Tweet. The anonymous producer, whose work has has already received online approval from legendary british IDM auteur Aphex Twin, offers up his debut album. Brainwaltzera’s debut LP “Poly-ana" follows quickly on the heels of the producer’s Aescoba EP - also released this year via FILM (Steve Reich.

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