Monolake   Polygon Cities
Release Date: 2005

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4.0 excellentMarko Polovina | March 29th 12

While it lacks in pure creativity and originality, Monolake's Polgygon Cities works in its technique and precision. By no means is this a progressive minimalistic techno, even with its obscure dub influence - it remains a fine example of a group honing its craft in ever-evolving movement that techno has become ever since its beginnings. Pulling back, Polygon Cities guides its way from menacing tones, computerized voice samples and shadowy percussion movements. It is in essence a caricature of the genre, without the dumbing or abuse that one would expect from generic versions of any genre, in particular minimal tech.


4.0 excellentyourgodisinferior | April 20th 15
4.0 excellentTooLateMonkey | June 12th 14
4.0 excellentYotimi | June 10th 14
5.0 classicchayka | February 5th 14
3.5 greatTonalAnomaly | November 15th 13
5.0 classicToSPAZ | June 30th 13
5.0 classicstrawfeet | January 23rd 13
4.5 superbFranticDisemboweler | December 11th 12
4.0 excellentJonny Hunter STAFF | April 10th 12
4.0 excellentLainVesper | March 25th 12
4.5 superbOlivier De Clercq | March 19th 12
3.5 greatid404 | February 16th 12
4.5 superbUnfunFionn | January 22nd 10
4.5 superbjk2two | September 10th 07

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