Field, The / Yesterday And Today
Album: Yesterday And Today   Collection:General
Artist:Field, The   Added:Jun 2009

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2009-06-14 Pull Date: 2009-08-16
Week Ending: Aug 16 Aug 9 Jul 12 Jul 5 Jun 28 Jun 21
Airplays: 1 2 2 4 3 1

Recent Airplay
1. Dec 05, 2019: I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants
I Have The Moon, You Have The Internet
4. Apr 08, 2010: Hipster Garbage
Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime
2. Nov 28, 2019: I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants
5. Jan 14, 2010: Folktronic
Yesterday & Today
3. Apr 27, 2011: brain drip
Yesterday & Today
6. Oct 04, 2009: Folktronic
The More That I Do

Album Review
Ragnar of Ravensfjord
Reviewed 2009-06-01
Alex Willner from Sweden = The Field, a chill techno/electronic “pop ambient” act. While there’s a lot of swirling, ethereal electronics there’s also a lot of beats. The results are mixed but in when it lets things work, i.e. – not making annoying “raver-llte” generica – it comes across honest and really more listenable. The better tracks are great to listen to on a commute or while studying.

((((1)))) Wide open electronics and a bunch of repetitive, hypnotic beats.
(((2))) Glitchy pop with cheesy pop schmaltz vocal lines. Though, the laid back electronics on after the first 1:20 or so sound really nice.
((3)) WAY too same-y beats & tempo but a few nice bass lines & here in there.
(4) Main beat comes off like a skipping CD in a washing machine. Next!
((5)) A tad more variation mixing loops of a breathy & moaning lady, bass & cascading tweeps & twerps. (Tweep & twerp? Is that a social network site?) Runs WAY too long.
(((((((6))))))) Cyclical, spacey, motorik. A mix of Tangerine Dream/70’s German “kosmische musik” style & the Orb. FANTASTIC!

Track Listing
1. I Have The Moon, You Have The Internet   4. Yesterday & Today
2. Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime   5. The More That I Do
3. Leave It   6. Sequenced