Solar Fields ‎– Reflective Frequencies

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INRE004 Solar Fields Reflective Frequencies(CD, Album, P/Mixed) Ultimae Records INRE004 France 2001 Sell This Version
inre 004, inre004 Solar Fields Reflective Frequencies(CD, Album, P/Mixed, RE) Ultimae Records, Ultimae Records inre 004, inre004 France 2008 Sell This Version
AVK-119-12 Solar Fields Reflective Frequencies(CD, Album, P/Mixed, RE, Unofficial) AVK Продакшн AVK-119-12 Russia 2012 Sell This Version

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yornav

yornav

February 13, 2019
referencing Reflective Frequencies, CD, Album, P/Mixed, RE, Unofficial, AVK-119-12
This is Illegal Russian Copy! Do Not buy this cd.
expandabear

expandabear

July 2, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Reflective Frequencies, CD, Album, P/Mixed, INRE004

Fairly different than post-2003 Solar Fields output. This album is a bit moodier than the rest, perhaps a bit more tense at times. It strays away from the docile morning sounds Ultimae is known for, only to return there in the end. Personally, I enjoy it the most out of all the Solar Fields output. Stellar.

"turn inside out... dissolve into a sea of energy..."
Skeleton-Man

Skeleton-Man

September 30, 2007
referencing Reflective Frequencies, CD, Album, P/Mixed, INRE004

Owning most Ultimae releases I have to be frank; I don't offer all equal playing time. Reflective Frequencies, for instance, is one album I've never really taken a fancy to. Not that there is anything wrong with it. Chilled, dreamy, and amibient, it fits the Ultimae bill, but I appreciate a little more action.

Blue Light and Red Vortex therefore climbs well up my ladder of appreciation. This is still chill but with edge. Likewise Zone 12 easily provides atmosphere for a daze, but one for floating, not vegetalizing. Outlined Surfaces likewise.

As for the remainder, well, put on at the right hour they may serve as a nice back drop, but I have to be inspired to let this take me anywhere far.
Reticulum_Flux

Reticulum_Flux

May 12, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Reflective Frequencies, CD, Album, P/Mixed, INRE004
The first album by Solar Fields reminds me very much of a soundtrack to some sci-fi PC game from the 90s. Not any in particular one, just the overall sound and mood. This album is a good fusion of downtempo and IDM. He became more ambient with later releases. The obvious influence of space is apparent here with the artwork and track titles (Red Vortex). I'd say I enjoy his later work better but this is a very worthy humble beginning. Tracks like Blue Light and Inherit Velocity really get me in the mood to watch a sci-fi movie with their deep, space-like rhythm. As one of Ultimae's first releases, this one is getting harder to find.