K ‎– Oblivious / Still Moving

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Subtitles ‎– Subtitles 012, Subtitles ‎– SUBTITLES 012
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Oblivious 5:43
B Still Moving 7:06

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 08 46716 20 1A1 SUBTITLES 012
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 08 46716 20 1B1 SUBTITLES 012

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Kat.-Nr. Künstler Titel (Format) Label Kat.-Nr. Land Jahr
Subtitles 012, SUBTITLES 012 K Oblivious / Still Moving(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Subtitles, Subtitles Subtitles 012, SUBTITLES 012 UK 2001 Diese Version verkaufen

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Stuck_In_1992

Stuck_In_1992

1. März 2019

Just found this at an antique shop for 7.00. I’m not super big into neurofunk techstep but I do have 2 and a half ikea record shelve cells of the genre so I must not hate it. I really enjoy finding these at said stores and this record is no exception. The big tune to play here is “oblivious” which is a Bad Company esk track with a nice deep sub base. It’s typical in every way for neurofunk, it’s good but pure filler. The flip side doesn’t make any sense. “Still moving” is like those useless broken beat, undancable b sides that Steve “Digital” Carr likes to put on his b sides. In my opinion these kinds of tracks are a complete waste of a b side. At least “Oblivious” isn’t as oblivious as the b side.
spl3nd1d

spl3nd1d

2. Oktober 2013
One of Polar's last 12" releases, some early Subtitles madness here! Not exactly madness though, no hype, no limelight, not much stuff going on about earlier Subtitles output 10+ years later. Oblivious is sort of ambivalent, sometimes it does it for me, sometimes it does not. Really reminds me of Future Prophecies, it could be a reference "nordic drum and bass" tune (could be obvious to some).

On the other hand (technically the other side), Still Moving sounds sort of calm and crisp clear to me. Funky, liquid-esque beats, a "feels like it lasts forever" tune. I prefer Kjetil as Polar, not as "K", this alterego is a hit or miss for me, but this is really well done, hands down. Easily one of my favourite Subtitles releases.