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Field Music Tackle the Aftermath of WWI on Their Sublime New Suite, 'Making a New World'

Making a New World tackles some heavy ideas via Field Music's commonly charming, luminous, and multifaceted aesthetic.

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Field Music: Plumb

Thorny, twisty abstract pop that mistrusts the concept of "pleasure".

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Field Music: Field Music (Measure)

The Sunderland band return as inventive as ever, but it's not as easy a listen as it should be.

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Field Music: Field Music (Measure)

Pulled off with a busy insouciance, Measure is record bulging with ideas, every one shrunk to miniature and promptly dispensed with to allow for the next.

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School of Language: Sea from Shore

Field Music's David Brewis retreats to his laptop for, paradoxically, his most open-ended and adventurous music yet. Free your cursor and your mind will follow.

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Fingers Crossed: An Interview With Field Music

The Sunderland trio can't find enough time to make as much music as they'd like, but they're working on it.

Elizabeth Black
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Field Music: Tones of Town

Sunderland Futureheads mates return with a sophomore LP that improves, if not drastically, at least significantly, over their debut.

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Field Music: Field Music

Does the Law of Diminishing returns apply to music scenes? More 'angular' post-punk throwbacks from the UK. Only this time, they have pianos.

John Bergstrom

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