Fluxion ‎– Traces

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1 Motion 1 6:21
2 No Man Is An Island
Vocals – Dennis Brown
7:09
3 Desert Nights 8:10
4 Eruption 8:50
5 Stations 8:39
6 Motion 3 8:32
7 Memba 5:58
8 Burst Mode (Edit) 2:51
9 Butiama 7:02
10 Migration 6:24
11 Motion 2 (Edit) 2:44

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Track 2 features an unreleased vocal version by Dennis Brown (rip).

© 2011, an echochord release.
distributed by kompakt.

Released in digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 80319 52212 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 880319522123
  • Matrix / Runout: CA ECHOCHORDCD11 @ 11/04/11 03:19:27 PM
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L039
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1287

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ECHOCORDCD011 Fluxion Traces(11xFile, AIFF, Album) Echocord ECHOCORDCD011 Denmark 2012
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ECHOCORDCD011 Fluxion Traces(11xFile, WAV, Album) Echocord ECHOCORDCD011 Denmark 2012
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ECHOCORDCD011 Fluxion Traces(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Echocord ECHOCORDCD011 Denmark 2012

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ksumer

ksumer

May 12, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
By far the strongest of Fluxion's "post-Chain Reaction" releases, but like the previous two albums this one still feels a little overproduced and a bit generic at times (a problem that infects the majority of contemporary dub-techno productions.) This album lacks the spontaneity and elegance that defined those earlier CR releases. The strongest track for me is "Stations," and it would be wonderful to see Fluxion produce an entire album that is as original, subtle, and enveloping as this track (not as beat driven.) Still, overall, a strong album, but one that becomes predictable after several listens...
Decade

Decade

February 11, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
Boomkat Review:
Fluxion serves his 2nd album on Echocord, his fourth since those classic Chain Reaction sets in 1999-2000. With 'Traces' he continues to subtly plane the contours of Dub Techno into ever more fluid, spectral shapes and spaces, building on the legacy of Berlin's CR and BC cornerstones with an individual sense of soul and effortless, frictionless motion. Most notably there's an unreleased vocal appearance from Dennis Brown here on the Rhythm & Sound styled 'No Man Is An Island', providing a lighter counterpoint to the heavyweight Techno throbs of 'Eruption' or the tribal House gait of 'Motion 3' and the tunnelling 4/4 dub 'Memba', but overall the album is neatly balanced between those hydraulic basslines and moments of blissful serenity like the magical 'Stations' or the plunging, plangent chords of 'Burst Mode'. It's this refined compositional virtue and vision of his style within a style which makes Fluxion a preserve of Dub Techno connoisseurs.