Vril (2) ‎– Portal

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110DSR, ann021 Vril (2) Portal(2x12", Album, Ltd, Num, Red) Delsin, Ann Aimee 110DSR, ann021 Netherlands 2015 Sell This Version
110DSR, ann021 Vril (2) Portal(2xLP, Album) Delsin, Ann Aimee 110DSR, ann021 Netherlands 2015 Sell This Version
110dsr Vril (2) Portal(8xFile, AIFF, Album) Delsin 110dsr Netherlands 2015
110dsr Vril (2) Portal(8xFile, WAV, Album) Delsin 110dsr Netherlands 2015

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Francesco_Burgaletta

Francesco_Burgaletta

July 8, 2018
edited 7 months ago
referencing Portal, 2x12", Album, Ltd, Num, Red, 110DSR, ann021

I agree with the last review. The first track stands out for a wonderful start, progressing with a simple yet precious melody accompanying the base. After that they are all fantastic pieces, but Portal 7 gives a fantastic Thronwagen psychedelic feel (one of the most beautiful tracks from him).
Even without melodies the impact is enormous. Furthermore, Vril doesn't necessarily need compromises to create his works of art, and that indicates his great capabilities in music. What he feels he creates. He's a pioneer in Techno/Dub Techno music and one of my favourite artists in these genres, if not the favourite among all and every album is a new experience to live, a new way to interact with sound. So it's always a chilling atmosphere around a new release, but surprisingly none of the oldest releases gets old by any mean, they are "beyond time" remain always fresh and ready for a new listen.
I can't wait to collect every single Album and EP by Vril, for a highly valuable collection.
Xhi

Xhi

September 26, 2017
referencing Portal, 2x12", Album, Ltd, Num, Red, 110DSR, ann021

Repetitive, shapeshifting Techno from start to finish - no melodies, no compromises, no exit. Probably one of the most important releases of the genre in recent years.