Following on from the tough techno of its first compilation sampler, Field follow it up with a deeper and more reflective approach. Remote's "Echo Of You" has some dance floor bearing, thanks to its gentle, dubby beats, but it's all about the wispy, floaty synths. There are no beats at all on Varg's "Ohns Odegard" and instead, the listener is treated to gentle, soft-focus synths unfolding and unravelling slowly, like rain drizzling its way down a window on a grey morning. Against this backdrop, Polar Inertia's "Sonic Outlaws" sounds out of place, but its pulsing, tunnelling groove seeks to seduce the listener rather than hammer them into submission.
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