Fluxion ‎– [spaces]

Vibrant Music ‎– VMD-1
CD, Album


1 Field I 4:07
2 Surface 1:59
3 East Continnum 3:44
4 Coast 5:34
5 Distant Ear 1:34
6 Plain 3:27
7 Unechoic Room 8:01
8 Emergence 0:56
9 Corridor 8:03
10 Cylindral 2:01
11 Field II 6:38
12 Decay Section 6:20

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p)BCP (2)
  • Phonographic Copyright (p)BMG Ufa
  • Distributed ByEFA – EFA 51951-2
  • Pressed BySony DADC – A0100378997-0101



℗ 2001 BCP BMG/UFA.
Made in EU.
Released in a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18755 19512 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 718755195123
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0100378997-0101 24 A1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94X3


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September 19, 2008
Spaces is a study on relaxation. It is the own Fluxion's concept of ambient pushed to its boundaries. Each track is structured like an environment, and is the sonic equivalent of it's own name : with a subtle, intelligent use of reverbs and echoes, Konstantinos Soublis makes you feel like you're actually in the real place the track describes...

Field I is a concrete example of how you can hear sounds echoed in a field, Corridor reproduces the shape of an actual endless corridor, where you hear the sounds bouncing against the walls. The whole album is somehow based on this idea. In Coast you can almost hear the sound of waves silently crashing against the cliffs, only lacking the cries of gulls. Unechoic Room immediately makes me think of some kind of strange machinery trapped in a narrow room.

But the best track of the album is definitely Field II : this track, you can only experience it with good headphones, lied on a sofa, the head resting on a soft pillow, hearing the sounds floating above you, and almost expect to open your eyes and find yourself in a real field, in the middle of the night.

An essential purchase.


October 26, 2007

If 3D sound holograms of sublime subtlety and auditory texture sounds like it appeals to you, this is your album.

These are sound environments. From the fizzy effervescent Corridor to the slow expansive rumblings of Coast. The funereal Decay Section to the cold dawn breeze of Field II. Genius.

Anyone familiar with Berlin-style minimal techno will appreciate this work for what it is: a classic work on par with Maurizio and Monolake, if totally different from them, and made by a young Greek named Kostas Soublis.