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Rough Fields - Edge Of The Firelight Album

Rough Fields - Edge Of The Firelight Album
Title:
Edge Of The Firelight
Performer:
Rough Fields
Style:
Experimental, Neofolk
Released:
26 Mar 2012
Catalog:
BMS015
MP3 album size:
2841 mb
FLAC album size:
2021 mb
Genre:
Label:
Bomb Shop

Tracklist


1Girls In Cars6:41
2Geese3:40
3Watery Fable4:34
4Summer On The Haight7:41
5Curtain Music6:31
6Border Navigation5:15
7Manila6:44
8You As You5:27
9Dead Wood, Trailer Snakes7:54
10The Harbour Wall4:24


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneRough Fields Edge Of The Firelight ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Bomb ShopnoneUK2012


Credits


  • Photography – Sarah Faraday
  • Written By – James Birchall


Notes


Following up a widely acclaimed string of EP's in 2011, this is the debut full-length from Rough Fields. The album is released as an eco-friendly CD package including a 24 page book of photography by Sarah Faraday. Feedback for the previous three Rough Fields releases (and hype for this record) has been overwhelmingly positive and extremely widespread, from inclusion in Gilles Peterson's BBC Radio 1 "Winners" of 2011 ("Astonishing music" - Gilles Peterson) and big end of year ratings across the board ("One of the best songs I've heard all year" - Nick Luscombe, BBC Radio 3) to extensive online coverage (features in Clash Magazine, The 405, Newdust, Blindfun, Meme, DJ Mag, God Is In The TV, SIXTY and dozens of others). The new year began with a feature on Rough Fields in Clash Magazine's "Ones to watch for 2012".

"Edge of the Firelight" reveals Rough Fields' full musical scope, as the ten tracks sweep from deep, pulsating sub-grooves ("Summer On The Haight") and intense, epic crescendos ("Girls In Cars") to atmospheric sun-down jams ("Geese") and concrete explorations ("Border Navigation"). There's coherence throughout, though, not least in the album's faithful adherence to Rough Fields' usual sound sources - found objects, broken instruments, environmental sounds, sonic defects and thick, layered textures.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5050580512337


Album


Edge of the Firelight - Rough Fields. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Edge of the Firelight Rough Fields. Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians Rough Fields Overdubbed Version. Watery Fable - Single. You As You - Single. Wessenden Suite - EP. Listen free to Rough Fields Edge of the Firelight Manila, Girls In Cars and more. 10 tracks 58:38. Edge of the Firelight reveals Rough Fields' full musical scope, as the ten tracks sweep from deep, pulsating sub-grooves Summer On The Haight and intense, epic crescendos Girls In Cars to atmospheric sun-down jams Geese and concrete explorations Border Navigation. There's coherence throughout, though, not least in the album's faithful adherence to Rough Fields' usual sound sources - found objects, broken instruments, environmental sounds, sonic defects and thick, layered textures. Edge of the Firelight. Your Rating. Overview . Edge of the Firelight Q&A. Producers Rough Fields. Writers Rough Fields. Rough Fields. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space. Bomb Shop. Rough Fields, the project from James Birchall, presents his debut full length material. A piece of music is awash with classic musical motifs and cinematic scope. The ten-tracks sweep through verdant valleys and sun-flecked landscapes. Intense crescendos build tension alongside the occasional deep swinging groove or a softly-spoken delicate moment, made for listening to as the sun slowly sets. As ever, Bomb Shop take care of both the audible and the physical sides to their release, Edge of the Firelight comes beautifully packaged with a 24-page photography book. Read More. Digital Track L. Birchall appears to have taken his inspiration not from the musical score of a film, but the Foley: the bangs, scrapes and wheezes that sonically illustrate the on-screen action. So instead of polishing up vintage guitars or downloading hot new bass patches, Edge of the Firelights tracks get a groove going, establish a musical motif, present a bit of singing, and then mix in home recordings of industrial noises from a rusty Dictaphone this, while all the time Birchall heaves on a broken accordion, shakes flotsam and b. The Harbour Wall, 04:24. Now playing. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations