Florence ‎– Occurences



Dream The Dream 6:00
Departure 9:52
Transit 4:04
Arrival 5:40
Jump Shock 6:14
Undiscovered 6:50
Instantaneous Drive 5:17
Second Hand Culture 6:44
The Collapse Of Commerce 8:52
Coincedental Harmony 6:00

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
elec 32lp Florence Occurences(2xLP, Album) New Electronica elec 32lp UK 1997 Sell This Version
ELEC32CD Florence Occurences(CD, Album) New Electronica ELEC32CD UK 1997 Sell This Version
elec 32pcd Florence Where The Line Is...(CD, Album, Promo) New Electronica elec 32pcd UK 1997 Sell This Version



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January 18, 2011
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Occurences, CD, Album, ELEC32CD

Released during the 90's around the same time when classic quality Idm-techno/ambient albums: Black Dog 'Bytes', Aphex Twin 'Selected Ambient Works 85-92', B12 'Electro Soma', Speedy J 'Ginger', Reload 'A collection of short stories'..etc; were released - 'Occurrence' sadly got lost amongst the onslaught of quality electronic albums from the 90's! A excellent fusion of European/Detroit techno with drum-melodic characteristics of Idm, along with ambient flourishes and some cool intelligent use of techno-breakbeat delivering a creative post-modern Si-Fi listen with a solid electronic techno foundation that keeps this album interesting throughout - without failure! The mood, atmosphere, feel of the album wouldn't feel out of place from Warp's own classic Artifical Intelligence series - you can certainly relate to the AI feel and sound on this album. Today (2018+) `Occcurance’ remains a great listen with music that will manage to stimulate the mind, the soul & the body while complementing everything good about techno without depending on repetition or harshness in its sound. A quality techno album in every sense that sits besides already known 90's classic artist/albums that were ahead of there time yet still remain a timeless joy to listen today: (The)Black Dog, B12, Aphex Twin, Reload, Speedy J, Robert Hood, Kenny Larkin, Aril Brikha..etc.

If you do not own this! You will be losing out on a great, maybe classic album from your techno-Idm collection.. so grab it while you can !!

Be sure to check out Stefan Robbers's albums/releases under Terrance and Florence(Stefan Robbers).