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5 for fightin'

Entropy Reigns (Pearson and Usher's Closed System Dub) is fantastic. We Live In an Expanding Universe (Caribou Remix) is F˚˚˚˚˚G amazing. Amazing. So beautiful. Please, buy the whole ep to get that song, or make an account at Beatport and buy it there (for $1.99). That song alone is worth it. These are great, though. I have no clue why this EP has such a low rating.

Bare, soft electronic

If you like your easy-listening music electronic with little emphasis on vocals, you've come to the right place. These folks hit and maintain a smooth groove that springs from club music. They are a tight, competent band but, in my opinion, they lack animation and drive. I happen not to care for what they play and how they play it, but they may be just right for you.


while it's not my favorite type of music. I don't really do down tempo electronica..It's still not a bad listen. I wouldn't really buy the whole album though...maybe just the single.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Initially known for providing the strings on tracks by Metro Area ("The Art of Hot," "Caught Up," "Miura") and Metro Area's Morgan Geist ("24K"), Kelley Polar (last name first, adjective last; real name: Mike Kelley, the brother of Blevin Blectum) began releasing a series of 12" singles in 2002. Released on Environ and featuring assistance from label head Geist, 2002's Audition, 2003's Recital, and 2004's Rococo were somewhat similar to Metro Area's singles -- in detail, inspiration, and basic construction...
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