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Seefeel blisses out with dreamy soundscapes and dubby bass lines on Polyfusia under the guiding hand of guitarist/songwriter Mark Clifford. Picking up where My Bloody Valentine's Loveless--the blueprint for layered and sa... more »
Seefeel blisses out with dreamy soundscapes and dubby bass lines on Polyfusia under the guiding hand of guitarist/songwriter Mark Clifford. Picking up where My Bloody Valentine's Loveless--the blueprint for layered and sample-heavy ambient construction--left off, this album represents some of the band's most pivotal work. A 1993 release, it compiles two early EPs (Plain Song, More Like Space) along with a pair of classic Aphex Twin remixes. The better of the pair, the laissez-faire treatment of "Time to Find Me," is also a compelling testament to Aphex Twin's own enchantment both with the song and Sarah Peacock's ethereal vocals. --Esther Yoon
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My all time favourite.
Vladimir | Moscow, Russia | 12/26/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is by far my first review on amazon, and actually i'm not very much into writing that stuff.
I came across this album in the middle of 1994 and remember that it sounded pure magic to me. The sound was completely on its own, not in connection with anything i'd heard before. Some of the tracks were so beautiful i was on the edge of crying.Now that 8 years have passed it still sounds wonderful and will certainly make my top-5 list of my ever-favourites. There is tons of fantastic stuff among other bands i discovered during that 8-year period, but i compare the impact that Seefeel made on me to probably only Stars of the Lid and some of their colleagues from Kranky.I can't really recommend this album to just anyone, but if you're normally sensitive to atmospheric and colourful music this album is for you. The same applies to Quique as well."
Seefeel - 'Polyfusia' (Astralwerks)
Mike Reed | USA | 04/16/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"About as out-standing as their 'Quique' effort (see my review). Still don't know much about this artist, but I do KNOW that I love what I hear. I'm not even that HUGE of an electronic fan, but Seefeel is apparently an exception. Tracks here I was playing several times over were the superb opener "More Like Space", "Come Alive", the atmospheric "Blue Easy Sleep" and the creatively-written "Minky Starshine". Simply more of Seefeel's trademark dreamy electronic/techno to thoroughly soak in. Another must-have."
Mike Reed | 10/12/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is high quality noise. Loops of continuous, saturated guitar riffs remind My Bloody Valentine, but there is also a connection with Cocteau Twins. (Not casually, both Shields of MBV and Clifford of Seefeel have produced Cocteau Twins tracks). In any case, Seefeel is a very original act. This album, recorded in the same year of Quique, is still beautiful 6 years after its release and stands out in the arena of ethno/techno/ambient/trance/electronica (Banco de Gaia and Spacetime Continuum, I am talking to you!). It will appeal to AFX lovers and to CT fans. If you like this music, check out Scala, Woodenspoon and other aliases under which the former band members release their recent work."