[xs-66] BpOlar - subversive vespers

artist: BpOlar
album: subversive vespers

release date: 05/09/2009
contact: myspace
cover art: back and front
videoclip: krow

BpOlar is son of a jazz musician and as such he was raised from a very young age listening to the jazz masters, and although is approach diverted from this it is part of his background and as such is part of his aproach to the berlin electronic music scene. BpOlar is also a multidisciplinary artist, creating digital drawings and paintings and 3D video clips to document his music and for live usage, or the opposite (makes music to illustrate video). One of these works is presented together with this release.

BpOlar music is strongly focused on creating textures, with a close relation with ambient music. This textures are nonetheless rough and arid, and lead us to alien environments where beats, noises and voices all create suspense moments, where you feel alert all the way through. This release is composed of four tracks and a bonus movie, that complements this particular vision.

If you pay attention to BpOlar work you'll find, in his drawings/paintings, movies and music, traces of this imaginary world, where the central element is the feeling of unsettlement.

xs records editions

  • [xs-72] Agnes Heginger and Karlheinz Essl - Out of the Blue
  • [xs-71] cage cabarrett - covil radiophonic workshop
  • [xs-70] hui-chun lin-selected improvisation works
  • [xs-69] heitor alves - gimme some more sounds
  • [xs-68] essl.ostrovski - flechtwerk
  • [xs-67] zuramone - the spiders dance
  • [xs-66] BpOlar - subversive vespers
  • [xs-64] ziur - granular world
  • [xs-63] subterminal - filled with light
  • [xs-62] hola one and elka brown - visitors
  • [xs-61] carlos d. perales - acousmotion
  • [xs-60] poros - labass
  • [xs-59] essl.burger - live!
  • [xs-58] v.a. - past present and future
  • [xs-57] hola one - hygh
  • [xs-56] egotron - egotron
  • [xs-55] lotus mecanica - the live sessions and jack d
  • [xs-54] emanuel casimiro - a revolta das plaquetas
  • [xs-53] emanuel casimiro - o rei do power pimba
  • [xs-52] AAM! - ojodoro
  • [xs-50] grupo porco de grindcore interpretativo - the rala o pinto massacre
  • [xs-47] nata - stormy weather
  • [xs-46] pangea - vital error [feat kenji siratori]
  • [xs-45] jorge nunes - comprimido
  • [xs-44] moreu - gong music
  • [xs-43] 10konekt - telekom
  • [xs-42] ziur - concretement
  • [xs-41] engenho - amazónia
  • [xs-40] mezcup - 2008
  • [xs-39] exportion - stream of conciousness
  • [xs-38] beautiful venom - prologue
  • [xs-37] outlevel - estrela
  • [xs-36] salad - ubiquo
  • [xs-35] jackpooote - jackpooote
  • [xs-34] tiago morgado & adamned.age - EHF: collaboration works
  • [xs-33] gabran - anthem
  • [xs-32] ruins winter - natural
  • [xs-31] aaldo - selected works
  • [xs-30] palindromic resonance - voidfuck sessions
  • [xs-29] lights on - words of nature
  • [xs-28] die minimalistin - isolator
  • [xs-27] renato folgado - late
  • [xs-26] cláudio moreira - showcase @ fnac bragaparque 02-06-08
  • [xs-25] la stanza bianca - cristina bardo thodol
  • [xs-24] algo - there will never be another you
  • [xs-23] the oniric - the oniric
  • [xs-21] forgotten ruins - forgotten ruins
  • [xs-18] youth and student travel - copy me copy you
  • [xs-17] landerim - shallow draw
  • [xs-16] EXurban - leerstand untergrund
  • [xs-15] emanuel salvador - selected performances
  • [xs-13] lights on - save the world
  • [xs-12] adamned.age - photosphaere
  • [xs-10] tet open ensamble - zen trip
  • [xs-09] minson - hidden monsters
  • [xs-07] C R Moreira - sauroposeidon
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