Format: 18 × File, MP3, Compilation
Released: 23 Apr 2010
Genre: IDM, Techno, Ambient
01 Alpha 600178 (1:33)
02 Tequila (feat. The Captain Kirk On LSD Experience) (2:35)
03 (Love Syndrôm Remix) (2:53)04 Cold (Pyrrhon Remix) (9:24)
05 Givre (3:04)
06 Without (1:54)
07 Br41n 3rr0r (feat. The Captain Kirk On LSD Experience) (1:22)
08 Buddha (4:51)
09 No Problem Man (3:21)
10 Monkey On The Moon (2:24)
11 Funky Drunk (3:19)
12 Human Bomb (3:04)
13 The End (2:31)
14 Suicide Riots (feat. Pearls For Swines (2:39)
15 Abandoned Area (Nonima Remix) (7:31)
16 A Tribute To Akira Yamaoka (8:22)
17 Scan (5:21)
18 Outro (2:28)
[proc375] has already come and gone, and as we say goodbye to such a great compilation, I can only feel happier as I turn my attention to [proc376], an album from a long-time net-friend and fellow netlabel operator, Pollux.
Hailing from the great country of France, Pollux has been working deep within the underground music community for many years now and has amassed a nice collection of albums, both full lengths and EP's, ranging from ambient to the darkest hardcore techno around, and found on such reputable and respectable labels like Dustin Must Die, Pavillon36 Recordings, Microbit Records, TFN, End Of Music, Amduscias Records, Intox, his own label Creative Obsession, and yes...even proc-records!
This album consists of nearly two-dozen hand-selected tracks by Pollux which have been released at the various netlabels during the two-year period of 2008 and 2009. He has chosen these particular pieces as his personal best creations, demonstrating the peak of his young yet active career as an undergound artist, and I am in no position whatsoever to disagree!
He is certainly an artist who I thoroughly enjoy listening to when I can, and am proud to have worked with him in the past, presently and hopefully for many more years to come.
His material is always heavily emotional, personal and above all, admirable. Any of his albums from the past are sure to please, however, might i recommend saving yourself some time by simply downloading this ;)
keeping the underground happy and healthy is what I strive to do at proc-records, and having artists like Pollux in our roster makes my goal much easier to obtain.