DEMENT3D Records presents : Polar Inertia - The Last Vehicle EP // DM3D003
The story continues as Polar Inertia releases the second chapter of their odyssey. This third release on DEMENT3D is once again formed of three different tracks, high in contrasts and emotions.
First comes “The Last Vehicle” the soundtrack where you will hear the narrator taken over by a growing mental strain. Running away with the Polar Children in a car, we start to find out more about their past, and get more and more eager to learn about the future and what exactly is this Polar Inertia.
Then, two vast techno narratives come along. “Major Axis” and “Parallel Transport” both stand out by their length and complex consructions.
“Major Axis” delivers an exhilerating sensation of speed and an acute sense of distress, with its powerful raw groove that would make any heart rush out of a coma.
“Parallel Transport” is a slow and insidious ambient/noise groove that grows on your mind to reach a near-to-hypnosis state, thus illustrating the mental absences depicted by the Narrator in this episode.
As Polar Inertia reaffirms its will to be considered an entity more than a duo live act, where the narrator, the film director and other artists are just as much Polar Inertia as the music makers, we, at DEMENT3D, are getting more and more intrigued about what will follow.
Release date is set on july 10th, 2012 via Clone Records
Polar Inertia - The Last Vehicle EP @ clone.nl
✗ René Löwe (Vainqueur, Scion, Chain Reaction)
✗ Kartei (WT Records)
✗ RHC (In Paradisum)
✗ Heartbeat (DEMENT3D)
She said she wanted more out of life than just playing around with whoever she already knew, and whoever she met. There was something profoundly unsatisfying about these endless parties, this boring music, dancing, and drinking and these fucking drugs were all just depressing her the whole week after.
The other girls were beginning to get more and more into this hardcore partying shit. Getting naked in front of these fake-ass hipster party photographers, giving the finger to almost every guy they met, and fucking them later on.
She only wanted to understand.
Why were they still awake, that late ?
What kept them all from going home ?
Why were we that afraid of being alone ?
Why and when this music stopped being emotional ?
She wanted to know where it all came from.
Who could explain this whole mind control thing that seems to happen when the sound is a little too loud ?
Who could master the arts of accelerating heart rates ?
She needed an answer.
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