Polar Eclipse

by Astrobear

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From the French blog La Mojoteque

"I think it's been a while since we did not take our dose of chill. Did you? The chill contains essential to the proper functioning of your body, and magnesium amino acids to bind calcium to the bone. A few minutes to chill a day keeps the doctor forever! At least the cardiologist because this is a little fragile and angry heart of city, or a large beef heart, it is always good to calm the pace from time to time.

For that, I suggest you Astrobear, approaching the downtempo while remaining resolutely away. Finally, I leave you to enjoy the schmilblick. Winter is great"

Thanks Mojoteque, glad my music is getting dosed in France.



From the New York blog BeatScape:

"Brooding but delicate, spectral sounds floating in zero gravity- like some lost abandoned spacecraft, or a forgotten beacon home. The hushed ebbing of moody electronics and understated break beats like sonar pulses create a pondering and wondering look into the future ahead. Some of the later tracks on Polar Eclipse break this mold; generating out-of-place electro house raves such as Eclipsed, but with songs like Let's not hate each other anymore and Antigua's antique elixir, you should give Astrobear a listen."

I agree with the writer, Thomas Vartanian, that songs like Eclipsed were outta place. Took those down. Good artists take criticism seriously. I decided to remove Eclipsed from my websites' official release.

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released 03 February 2012

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