Fluxion ‎– Vibrant Forms II

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CRD-11 Fluxion Vibrant Forms II(2xCD, Comp) Chain Reaction CRD-11 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
SUBWAXJPN03 Fluxion Vibrant Forms II(19xFile, FLAC, Comp) Subwax Bcn SUBWAXJPN03 Spain 2016
SUBWAX FX CD01 Fluxion Vibrant Forms II(2xCD, Comp, RE, RM) Subwax Bcn SUBWAX FX CD01 Spain 2016 Sell This Version

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Cardia1

Cardia1

April 10, 2018
referencing Vibrant Forms II, 2xCD, Comp, RE, RM, SUBWAX FX CD01

Vibrant forms series is what i love most by Fluxion, this release offers two cds, over 2 hours of music, its a generous production. For me the music here takes me most of the time to night atmospheres, as if i was wandering and exploring historical/medieval streets with a sky filled with stars above me, the lights that illuminate the scenarios around me are warm, and there's this presence of blurred light in the horizon, the music has an hypnotizing and relaxing effect on me , my top music in cd 1 is " Prospect II" and in cd 2 is: "Multidirectional I".
The-1-and-Holy

The-1-and-Holy

September 12, 2008
referencing Vibrant Forms II, 2xCD, Comp, CRD-11

This second release by fluxion seems to peel off more abstact layers and thrusts you into a central core that can only be explained as erethreal and sublime. The closest feeling you can get to an out of body experience through music. If that even seems possible, just listen to the entirety of this luscious gem (and you will see what i'm getting at). It's simply an overwhelming experience to take the entire 2-disc journey on in one single session (but it's worth it)! This is truly an ambient-dubby asthetic mind circa that should be had by all!
bhbognar

bhbognar

August 19, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Vibrant Forms II, 2xCD, Comp, CRD-11
The second Fluxion effort on Chain Reaction unravels as an epic two discs, and while it seems an overly thorough exploration of a type of dubby techno, it in no way disappoints. Subtlety is the name of the game here, and Fluxion does it with effortless expertise. Fluid, shifting sounds weave in and out of multi-layered, off-kilter beats--which, while relatively simple in structure seem to endlessly realign themselves with multiple time signatures. Circa and Equilibrium are my racks of choice, but the two discs are better understood as a whole. Sublime, soporific, and excellent.