in fields: music to... forget

Press play and remember to forget to this mix from the mysterious In Fields.

by i-D Team
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26 March 2015, 1:12am

UK based duo In Fields is comprised of the talented and mysterious Ed Cox and Raoul Marks, who are signed to the equally as mysterious
French label, Desire Records. Having already racked up support from techno don Daniel Avery (he signed their very first release) their debut Desire record comes in the form of a debut album. Phantomsis a dark and moody synth pop/techno affair that despite its eeriness, still gets the feet moving. Stepping into the mix exclusively for i-D, the duo deliver something special to help you forget your troubles. Soul, funk, house, techno and all sorts of fun await, so press play and lose yourself In Fields.

"Music to lose yourself in and drift away - then to forget. Mixtapes can be like that. They take you in, wash over you and pass unremembered. At least most of the time. Because there's always the chance, somewhere in there, that something will stick; a melody or a sound. We hope you find something to remember. Enjoy the tunes. Ed & Raoul."

Tracklist:
Water Line - A Certain Ratio
Collage - The Three Degrees
We Still Believe - The Black Madonna
Illusion of Seclusion - Photay
Made - Ricardo Tobar
Madeline - Konstantin Sibold
Klutch (In Fields remix) - Ana Lola Roman
Witches - Rouge Mechanique
Constant - The Invisible
Out of Time - Jackal's Doom Disco
Beyond Love - Niccolo Cupo
The Girl Can't Dance - Bunker Hill

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