- The anonymous techno project returns to DEMENT3D in June.
Polar Inertia's next solo record, the Kinematic Optics EP, will arrive on DEMENT3D in June.
There's not too much known about Polar Inertia. Most of the anonymous project's output has arrived via DEMENT3D, beginning with 2011's lauded Indirect Light EP. This forthcoming release contains almost 80 minutes of music, making it Polar Inertia's most substantial body of work to date. It's made up of six tracks spread over two vinyl discs. The first piece of wax, coloured black, features four unreleased cuts, while a white second disc holds the entire recording of a Polar Inertia live set titled "Can We See Well Enough To Move On," which was performed in Brussels last year. Kinematic Optics EP is due to hit stores in June.
A preview video is streaming below.
A1 Floating Away Fire
A2 Hell Frozen Over
B1 Vertical Ice
B2 Kinematic Optics
C1 Can We See Well Enough To Move On ? (Part One)
D1 Can We See Well Enough To Move On ? (Part Two)
DEMENT3D will release Kinematic Optics EP on June 8th, 2015.