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Boomkat Product Review:
Back in stock! Touted by many as Kompakt's answer to the relative crossover success enjoyed by the likes of James Holden and Trentemoller, Alex Willner's "The Field" has already enjoyed some success stateside (Pitchfork voting "Over the Ice" as one of its tracks for 2006) and looks likely to garner the attention of a wide audience with this long awaited debut album. Apparently more in-tune with production techniques commonly employed by Indie bands rather than club producers, Willner taps into the same tempered-euphoria that made Ulrich Schnauss so popular a couple of years back - the progressions are reflective yet joyous, and there's an abandoned glee in the arrangements that's far from apologetic for it's populous leanings. And, of course, that's at the heart of this album - dance music written with Indie kids in mind, a feel-good session that's forever looking for the next crescendo - and in that respect at least it fulfils the brief perfectly.