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Field Of Dreams

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Pourquoi (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PU 08. Rel: 21 May 18
  1. Pourquoi (feat Queenie On vocals)
  2. Draw The Line
  3. Line Drawn
Review: Pleasure Unit is doing a damn fine job building up a catalogue of discoid deviance from the likes of Skatebard, Lunar Concept and Loose Change, and now it's the turn of debutant project Field Of Dreams to lay down some 80s-tinged grooves for the smoother kind of dancefloor. "Pourquoi" features Queenie, and it shows off the individual heritage the two producers in Field Of Dreams have (one was in 90s chart toppers D:ream no less), all plush chords and slinky grooves with an alluring French vocal thread coursing through the middle. "Draw The Line" is a more synth-rich affair that leans towards the moodier end of acid-tinged disco, and then "Line Drawn" drifts out into Balearic boogie of a dubby nature, providing plenty of variation for the warm up or melt down dancefloor.

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 in stock $10.73
Nothing Is Perfect (limited hand-numbered hand-stamped 12" in hand-sprayed sleeve (comes in different coloured sleeve, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: FODNIP 001. Rel: 04 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. Nothing Is Perfect (7:41)
  2. Nothing Is Perfect (Mind Fair remix) (7:39)
  3. Nothing Is Perfect (Andrew Weatherall remix) (7:46)
Review: Field of Dreams is apparently a new collaborative project from experienced producers Chris Kentish and former D:Ream man Alan Mackenzie. "Nothing Is Perfect" marks their debut and comes in bespoke, hand-finished packaging. It's an interesting track - a breezy, Balearic-minded chunk of synth-pop blessed with tactile, bright and breezy electronics, soft-focus drum machine beats and a rambling, spoken word vocal that recalls the distinctive tones of the Audio Bullys. There are two remixes, too: a deeper, sparkling revision from Mind Fair that makes more of the synth bassline while adding some reggae-influenced synth stabs, and a trippy, saucer-eyed Andrew Weatherall take that includes some seriously mind-altering new acid lines.
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Played by: Al Mackenzie
 in stock $13.16
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