AES Dana
Pollen


3.5
great

Review

by daFigz USER (3 Reviews)
February 5th, 2019 | 5 replies


Release Date: 2012 | Tracklist

Review Summary: Excellent Progressive Trance

In short Aes Dana (Vincent Villuis) creates a very likable Progressive Trance record that presents all the requisite components to qualify as trance with its danceable, atmospheric, and harmonic structure. Originally released on 16 December 2012, it was later remastered and reissued on 7 September 2017 by the venerable Ultimae Records label. Here’s my suggestion: My rating is subjectively biased largely due to my disinterest in how Trance uses percussion and beats usually way too forward in the mix… Otherwise, this is a stellar LP. Availability makes this an easy LP to find. Prime Amazon streams it. Bandcamp offers it in hard copy [vinyl & CD] plus both a 16 & 24-bit version of a generously affordable price point. As I have found in many of the Aes Dana recordings, they are richly nuanced, making for a lovely sonic journey. Pollen is no exception. Tah!


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Slex
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1 review per day friend

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Dicey soundoff

AnimalsAsSummit
February 5th 2019


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Album Rating: 5.0

I love this album. Probably one of my favorite works of electronic music.

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Album Rating: 5.0

Album is one of the best ever made tbh

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one of the finest records on ultimae

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