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From Here We Go Sublime (album) by The Field

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From Here We Go Sublime
From Here We Go Sublime by The Field (2007)
Release date: 2007-03-26
Overall rank: 2,431st   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
79/100 (from 91 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top albums of 2007 (61st)
Award Top albums of the 2000s (519th)
Award Best albums of all time (2,431st)

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From Here We Go Sublime is ranked as the best album by The Field.

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79/100 (from 91 votes)
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There is a lot to appreciate in the electronic mastery of Sweden's Axel Willner. I'm a big fan of most of his LP releases but this one stands out as a truly exceptional piece of work. His use of loops can easily repel the casual listener who doesn't appreciate the intricacies of electronic music. From a distance it is repetitive and cold but the genius of The Field's art is that the reality is the complete opposite of the distant, casual listener. Once you accept the invitation to enter this world that Willner has created then the subtle overlayering and texture begin to present themselves with real warmth. It is packed full of intricate shifts/changes whilst maintaining the hypnotic, repetitive, looping structure that holds it all together.

The best way to describe the experience for me is stepping into an expansive soundscape with a colourful undulating terrain heading toward a distant pixelated horizon.

I absolutely love the sparkling, glittery intro to Everyday which then develops into a 'sublime' 7 minutes of electronic bliss with intermittent sweeping digital breezes and a soothing female voice looping through.
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Sublime indeed. I really appreciate his DJ-esque sense of timing and the little sleight of hand tricks he plays when he introduces a new part gradually. Shows just how successful an album based on such a small number of loops can be. A Paw in Your Face is great.
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Hypnotic dance music. This guy is a wizard.
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