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Adam Fielding - Pieces (2014)

18-08-2014, 12:51
Music | Rock | Electronic | Ambient

Adam Fielding - Pieces (2014)

Artist: Adam Fielding
Title Of Album: Pieces
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Mbua Studios
Genre: Electronic, Ambient, IDM, Post-Rock
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 49:54 min
Total Size: 119 MB


01. A Call to Action (03:30)
02. Everything Is Wide Open (04:50)
03. What Of Our Hopes (04:27)
04. Final Approach (05:36)
05. While Stars Still Burn (03:23)
06. And All Is Embers (04:34)
07. Sleepless (04:10)
08. An Uncertain Future (03:51)
09. Will I See You Again (03:22)
10. Sunset Radar (03:37)
11. The Final Run (04:14)
12. When All Is Said And Done (04:24)

"Pieces" is a compilation of previously unreleased works by UK-based musician & producer Adam Fielding, written & recorded during 2012-2014, and released in August 2014.

Following directly on from both “Icarus” and his work for TV, film, and commercial use, "Pieces" is an exploration of Fielding's eclectic range of influences and inspirations. While maintaining a consistent aesthetic throughout, "Pieces" retains an incredibly earnest and varied impression of Fielding's writing & production styles, resulting in a collection of music that is as honest as it is diverse.

From the euphoric, post-rock tinged opening of “A Call To Action” through to the moody, introspective electronic workings of “Sleepless”, organic instrumentation combines with precise electronics to offer listeners a memorable melodic experience combined with lush atmospheric production on a truly epic scale.

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