Review: New this week is the debut album from Coral Rose as The Silver Field, an abstract and experimental, ambient excursion through the more bizarre lands of post-psyche rock. Recorded in Rose's bedroom the LP follows recent releases on O Genesis by Daniel O'Sullivan (VELD) and Richard Youngs (Belief). The album, like its cover, represents a spread of shady colours and puts through the wash a bevy of instruments like the double bass, cello, guitar, and mandolin as beautifully finger-plucked on the album's closing title-track. Amidst drenches of reverberation and delay techniques, "Rain" itself, a highlight of the album, couldn't sound more like the fact, albeit in Rose's folk-charm style, while there's also "Dolino" for a heavier loop-making trip that lands somewhere between techno and noise. And for that sublime trip into the abyss it's all about "Moors".