Dark Flow | Suburban Films

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Suburban Films

by Dark Flow

Instrumental Electronica with a vivid range of sounds.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. Mission Abort
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2. Predator Loose
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3. Disco Commute
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4. Escape
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4:28 $0.99
5. Teenybopper
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4:29 $0.99
6. Martian Invasion
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7. Ghost Walk
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8. Research Lab
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4:47 $0.99
9. Legends of Rock Go Shopping
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3:37 $0.99
10. Infernal Machine
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3:11 $0.99
11. Train to Nowhere
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12. Groggy Sunrise
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Album Notes
" 'Suburban Films' is an exercise in unusual juxtapositions, using the premise of yet-to-be-made films (or perhaps documentaries) to dabble in a range of electronic sounds. Dark Flow blends Electronica with various doses of Industrial, House, and Ambient. Club-intent 'Disco Commute' sits uncomfortably alongside the spooky night of 'Escape'. The oddly humorous 'Legends of Rock Go Shopping' jarringly contrasts the mechanical grind of 'Infernal Machine'.

"A frequently used form is individual introduction of motifs, nearly always punctuated with Glitch effects for variation's sake, leading up to a climactic blending of seemingly incongruous sounds into a sonic fight for attention. The result is undoubtedly dense - the sound risks blurring into an amorphous wall of sound without attentive listening.

"Even with a range of synthetic colors, the mood is consistently dark, even for songs that would be expected to project joy, such as 'Teenybopper'. Perhaps 'Suburban Films' suggests a Suburban life full of unspoken phobias, rituals, and dreams, waiting to be captured by the right filmmaker."


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