Another hit album by Swedish artist Motionfield! Following the delightful pattern of all his albums, cannot find any fault with them.
Purely peaceful and groovy, soft and pleasant allowing you to drift away in imagination and freeflowing thoughts.
You never have to worry about sudden loud or disturbing sounds, or any irritation caused by abrasive samples or any bothersome harshness.
You can play while sleeping any be assured of consistently quiet and palatable music that is always calming. Favorite Track from Optical Flow: Midnight Metro
Special mention on this five star album! This clearly makes the cut to be in my top 3 favorite albums. As the title suggests - Love is weaved into the sonic fabric of this album. Absence of dark. Glowing brightness and positivity is the message clearly communicated through beautiful musical vibrations. Each song is a healing and soothing journey which carries the listener to a peaceful space. A place to think, a space to move and dance, a place to meditate and recharge. The uplifting effect of Suduayas music is unmistakable. His ability to combine digital instruments with outstanding guitar strumming is amazing and generates a unique signature sound.
Favorite Track: Stellar Rebirth
Really hard to choose because I love them all!
All elements just seem to come together to unify into a song of beauty that is very rare - the exhaling sounds - the female vocal sample and the sublime beauty of the melody. Then add the groove of the drum beat and you have pure bliss.
Another outstanding compilation release presented by Kirill Matveev on MixCult Records. This album lives up to its name with dense marbled textures and soundscapes. A beautiful journey into Dub Techno that leaves nothing to be desired. I love the marbled cover artwork as well, which really sets the stage for an oily smooth sonic experience. Highly recommended album!
This one brings the freshest chill beats along with the atmospheric melodic. A timeless classic.
The artist spotlight yesterday got me searching for old Global Communication albums and this one definitely deserves a fresh listen.
This album is such a rare and valuable classic that the CD is currently selling for around $400 CDN and the Vinyl Record for over $700 CDN!
I owned a CD copy that I purchased new in 1993 but now I'm kicking myself I didn't hold onto it.
Some web comments and reviews
"Still in awe of this over 20 years on. A staggering, life affirming, awe inspiring classic. Loved it then, love it now. Brilliant"
"so glad to hear this again- just brilliant, brilliant music."
"Special production. Delicate and rich."
"if i could rate this album higher than five stars i would rate it 500 stars! ive had this album for over a year now. and i still listen to it a lot! the music never gets old, in fact im listening to it now as i type this lol"
"A great reprsentation of how dynamic, emotional and moving good electronic music can be. Especially important in this day and age of techno where things are a bit too focused on the dancefloor. I mean, how many dance records hold up to repeat listenings at home?"
[ Reviews partially quoted from Youtube and Amazon for the purpose of emphasizing the positive feedback on this album. ]
All songs on "76:14" by Global Communication were truly a masterpiece of downtempo beats and ambient. Arranged and crafted in such a way as to transport the listener through a sublime audio experience. Just as the GC "Ear" logo indicates, it's all about listening and experiencing.
There are no track names or album name. It simply used the track length as the title. What was the idea behind this? See quote box: "Why no track names?"
Why no track names?
“Use your imagination. Numbers are chosen to identify separate tracks because ‘names’ tend to bias the listener by pre-defining images, places and feelings. This gives the listener the freedom of imagination to derive whatever he/she wishes from the music.”
I think that's a super cool concept - because we must admit that song names DO influence our perception of the song itself. However it does make it harder to refer to the specific song!
Opening with a classical sound - and then the tick-tock clock ticking sound starts! Beckoning you to the sound journey ahead.
As a seasoned master who previously worked with The Orb, Thomas Fehlmann really created a timeless masterpiece album here. Every song manages to be constantly evolving yet repetitious and looping at the same time.
The songs feel as though they were live sets, tweaking knobs and bringing continuously changing variety to synth instrumentals.
The rhythms stand out because they're far from overly quantized and they have very unique swing tempos and offsets.
Yet perhaps the most outstanding feature of this album is the detuned synth stabs and bass. Thomas is not afraid to blast out frequent off key stabs and synths.
Achieving a "talking" effect as though the electronic synth was speaking like a human. However surprisingly the off key synths do not cause melodic disharmony, but rather a new organic harmony emerges.
Each song is a techno journey that has a very living and present character. A must have for those who collect and appreciate electronic music.
Idealist is the ideal dub techno!
Love this Mind Field album since the day I bought the digital download. The tracks never get old and they always deliver new details with each listen.
Each song grows and progresses nicely for an upbeat journey into dub techno.
My name's Jon and I play piano and make music on my computer. Having fun as an amateur music hobbyist. I make music using Bandlab software and mix on VirtualDJ. Many of my playlists come from music I discovered and purchased on Bandcamp. I think it's important to support artists by buying their music to show appreciation for their hard work and also get the good quality download to use in mixing. I would like to do some t-shirt prints of my digital math artwork, hopefully in the near future I can get some t-shirts made because the math art would look amazing on black.