Depersonalisation by Nite Fields, released 03 February 2015 1. Depersonalised 2. Fill The Void 3. You I Never Knew 4. Come Down 5. Pay For Strangers 6. Hell/Happy 7. Prescription 8. Like A Drone 9. Winter's Gone. Masters of atmosphere, Nite Fields will not disappoint fans of 80s alternative music, especially the darker kind. build a beautifully gauzy, dreamy sound that draws on 4AD’s proto-shoegaze (Cocteau Twins, This Mortal Coil), the delicate guitar picking of Felt and Vini Reilly, melodic gifts of The Monochrome Set and psych pop drones of Spacemen 3. Their brooding sound may be too wispy to make a huge impact on a big audience, but there’s. enough swoon in their gloom to recommend to fans of these styles.
Nite Fields are a post-punk group from Brisbane, Australia, defined by a heavy melancholic tone and use of guitar and synths similar to the '80s English bands. Although it’s easy to compare them to their correspondents, Nite Fields deliver a powerful blend of gloomy instrumentals and lush, affected vocals. I’m going to say this from no. .this album is definitely a grower. The rich sounds don’t feel tiresome and always invite you to discover different feelings within the same tracks.
Nite Fields - Depersonalised 01:23. Nite Fields - You I Never Knew 04:26. Nite Fields - Come Down 04:20. Nite Fields - Pay for Strangers 02:32. Nite Fields - Prescription 04:11. Nite Fields - Winter's Gone 07:04. Nite Fields - Hell/Happy 02:41. Nite Fields - Fill the Void 04:38. Nite Fields - Like a Drone 02:53. Vacation - Nite Fields.
Depersonalisation plays with a kind of intense familiarity that goes down so easily that the record seems to end before it even gets started-like a fog that rolls through the room and evaporates before you realize it was there.
Depersonalisation, 2015. Depersonalisation, 2015. Depersonalised, 01:23. Fill the Void, 04:38. You I Never Knew, 04:26. Pay for Strangers, 02:32.
Aligning foggy atmospherics with a basic rock setup, Depersonalisation is both somber and beautiful. Aligning foggy atmospherics with a basic rock setup, Depersonalisation is both somber and beautiful.
On their full-length debut, Depersonalisation, Nite Fields build on the dges blend of shoegaze, post-punk, and electronics they pioneered on the singles released by singer Danny Venzin's Lost Race imprint. Produced by HTRK's Nigel Lee-Yang, the album's clearer sonics and smoother blend of guitars, synths, and drum machines opens up the band's sound, paradoxically making it more dreamlike.