These two well known projects in industrial oriented electronica scene, Flint Glass and Polarlicht 4.1- Transistor join their efforts in this 10 track collaboration concept album inspired by the famous novel “La nuit des temps” by French author René Barjavel. It reveals a balancing act between industrial-noise, experimental music and cinematic dark electronica evoking imaginary places and an arctic, icy atmosphere.
“Zoran’s Equation” is based mostly on track-sources from Polarlicht 4.1’s hypnotizing arranged soundscapes supplemented by Flint Glass‘s rhythms constructions, dark atmospheres and background noises, arising to a rarely heard combination.
Two artistic minds fused into one, creating a movie with sonic turbulence and heavy surging movement heaves restlessly, reminiscent in places of the sound of one’s own muffled breathing heard under ice – the sound of an uneasy sleeping landscape as dense waves of sound reverberate in rhythmic complexity.
A concept album for anyone who has a liking for dark ambient music, experimental electronica, noisy sounds and especially for those listeners who appreciate both projects solo efforts.
Genre: Industrial/Dark Ambient
Release title: Flint Glass & Polarlicht 4.1 / Transistor – “Zoran’s Equation”
Release date: April 15th, 2011
03. Which Does Not Exist, Exists
04. The Ice People
07. Aurore Australe
08. Frozen Bodies
09. Lost Souls
10. Sleeping Beauty
Band members: Gwenn Trémorin, Ronny J.
Label: Black Rain Rec. / Funkwelten