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Field Music


Crossover Prog

3.94 | 5 ratings

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4 stars This band is one of the brightest and more clever i know in the last decades. Curiously, they seek for a certain kind of minimalism, original textures, "gourmet" arrangements. One of the very important characteristics of FIELD MUSIC is that they succeed in renewing themselves in terms of arrangements and sounds. Some people could hear the influences of Radiohead, the glorious heritage of XTC, sometimes Tears For Fears, Stereolab. They sound like an indie rock band experimentating miracles. While the opening tracks offers great tension of reduced instrumentations assuming strange melodical sentences, the second third of the album offers a journey into space age sounds (Nikon Pt1 & 2). Clearly one of the best out of boundaries band available those years!
pwawrzyn | 4/5 |


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