Offthesky & Pleq - A Thousand Fields CD (Infraction)

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Offthesky & Pleq - A Thousand Fields CD (Infraction)

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Now available on CD.  Edition of 300.  Gatefold mini-lp Stoughton sleeve.  

A Thousand Fields offers a splendid representative example of what can happen when two electronic producers pool their considerable talents. That it's the first collaboration between Colorado-based offthesky (Jason Corder) and Poland-based Pleq (Bartosz Dziadosz) comes as a bit of a surprise, given how seamlessly the two have blended their contributions on the fifty-six-minute release. But then again, perhaps it shouldn't be: after all, both producers are veteran ambient-electronic recording artists who collectively have been involved in dozens of recordings, whether they be solo releases, collaborations, or compilations. At this stage of the game, both artists are well-versed in the art of music-making and know how to bring out the best in those with whom they're working. - Textura

Blogs, sites and magazines lend a critique to recordings, yet I think individual listeners may weigh in a bit more heavily as there is no incentive for praise...here are a few from bandcamp : 

This was more or less a blind buy for me, and I must say it's one of the most impressive ambient recordings I own. The opening track is a sheer stunner, with a quiet cinematic sweep that evokes the apocalyptic downfall of a once-great nation. A unique emotional experience in a genre usually given over to mere atmospherics. - Wagnerfilm

Outstanding. I simply had to support the artists. I love the horns that rise to the surface on Delicate Exit, only to sink again beneath the swelling drone. Awesome.  - David Single

It doesn't get any better than this. All musicians need to use this release as a goal to achieve in their own works. From start to finish this is what ambient music is all about. - Michael LoCicero

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