The FieldInfinite Moment

The Field - Infinite Moment album cover
Label:Kompakt – Kompakt 392
6 x File, FLAC, Album
Style:Ambient, Techno


1Made Of Steel. Made Of Stone11:50
2Divide Now11:09
3Hear Your Voice12:29
4Something Left, Something Right, Something Wrong10:31
5Who Goes There8:52
6Infinite Moment10:24

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Infinite Moment (CD, Album)KompaktKompakt CD 149Germany2018
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Infinite Moment (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Red Transparent)Kompakt, KompaktKOMPAKT 392, KOM 392Germany2018
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Infinite Moment (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album)Kompakt, KompaktKOMPAKT 392, KOM 392Germany2018
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Infinite Moment (6×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)KompaktKOMPAKTCD149DGermany2018



  • lukew4ll's avatar
    It's the same as all his other albums, in that it's The Field as only he can do, but there is something different about this one. For me it feels most similar to his first, From Here We Go Sublime, in that the majority of the textures are quite light and shimmering, which was his original sound (Sun & Ice - this floaty track in particular evokes exactly the image depicted in its name). On his other albums, there's always one or two tracks thrown in with a much more abrasive element to them, be it a bassline or a very-obviously synthetic sound (I know it's all produced synthetically but it comes across as quite organic most of the time) which is, for me at least, a welcome omission here.
    For reference, my favourite The Field aesthetic is the one found on tracks like 'The Deal', 'Then It's White' and 'Soft Streams' - much more ambient, much more relaxing, and as such, all the more hypnotic. This whole album is a 60 minute excursion into exactly that soundscape. As a final note, the pressing is absolutely fantastic and conducive to the warmth the tracks evoke.
    • stoneweather's avatar
      this isn't a bad album if you like stuff that, for the most part, just simmers along from track to track, was hoping there'd be a track like the title tracks from The Follower and Cupid's Head, but no such piece exists on this album... and i hate to say, some of these cuts sounded like he was just tinkering away aimlessly.
      • DubbleAye's avatar
        Edited 5 years ago
        The Field will likely never fail to impress and will continue to do his style of music justice. All six of these songs are so enveloping and beautifully crafted. With practically each song lasting over 10 minutes, you will experience a mesmerizing, long-lasting journey through each song. If you liked The Field’s previous works, you’re sure to dig this one too. Highly recommended!

        Stand out songs: "Divide Now" and "Something Left, Something Right, Something Wrong"


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