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Capsule For One

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01
City Lights From A Train (2011 Remaster)
4:51  
02
Arrival, Metropolis
4:53  
03
Substrata
5:17  
04
Mictrotron
7:02  
05
Nostalgia 4 The Future
5:20  
06
Post Arctic Industries
6:40  
07
Melodies & Memory (2011 Remaster)
5:30  
08
Empty Buildings, Falling Rain
5:13  
09
Boulevard
10:00  
10
Neon Sky Rain (2011 Remaster)
4:20  
11
Capsule For One
6:38  
12
To The Stars….
7:31  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 73:15

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For the love of the Beat

NoFace

I'm a big fan of percussion, regardless if they're man-made or drum machine composed. I fell in love with this album from just listening to the samples, so imagine what I felt after immediately downloading Capsule For One. It combined 2 of my favorite details in electronic music: downtempo with funky, breaky beats. Capsule For One just doesn't feature slow, smokey, drugged out beats...it also has the occasional 4/4 track, such as Post Arctic Industries, which sounds EBMish with its dark synth stabs, and Boulevard. For the most part, Capsule For One has great chill tracks with some fantastic beats for the breaks fan, the IDM fan, and even the house head. Very much worth the download. Vector Lovers, you have a new fan.

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Sophisticated

kamikazeheart

Electronic music is constantly evolving and Vector Lovers is definately on to something here. Minimalist styles (techno/house) are on the rise, and Vector Lovers provide some of the best tracks you can find. Intelligent and sophisticated electronic music, its definately worth a listen. Check out the Soma compilations as well.

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Cool quality!!

Coz

First time I heard it I liked it less than the self-titled first one but....I was wrong- I just needed to LISTEN TO IT MORE. Then it was cool. More breaks than the first album but still absolutely head and shoulders over the rest!!