Later that year, Audiobulb Records signed bllix to release three tracks on label compilations, beginning with "Duir" on Exhibition #2 and "In the Pines" on Random Releases. Other Audiobulb releases included "document.write" on Switches and her final on-label release, "Defailir" on Exhibition #3 in 2006. Reviews of these and other self-released tracks described bllix's sound as an unpredictable hybridization of Ikeda-style glitch, classic electronica such as Boards of Canada, and percussion heavily influenced by Aphex Twin. Hallmarks of the bllix musical style are classical melody, atmospheres, skittery beats, bittersweet synth pads, and micro rhythms. While she has not released material to the public since 2006, bllix has continued to produce and perform electronic music, which evolved into heavier styles such as breakcore, dark ambient, broken beats, and darkcore. www.bllix.com www.soundcloud.com/bllix www.twitter.com/bllix www.facebook.com/bllix Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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