Field Report by Field Report, released 14 June 2012 1. Fergus Falls 2. In The Year Of The Get You Alone 3. I Am Not Waiting Anymore 4. Taking Alcatraz 5. Incommunicado 6. Circle Drive 7. Chico The American 8. Evergreen 9. Captain Video 10. Route 1. Tyler Jack Butler Incredible album. Compelling stories, strong vocals.
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The third band to come out of Eau Claire, Wisconsin’s DeYarmond Edison after Bon Iver and Megafaun, Field Report is an anagram of its creator Chris Porterfield, a seemingly insignificant piece of information that actually captures the band’s essence perfectly. Field Report - Very Good, Based on 6 Critics. 90. The third band to come out of Eau Claire, Wisconsin’s DeYarmond Edison after Bon Iver and Megafaun, Field Report is an anagram of its creator Chris Porterfield, a seemingly insignificant piece of information that actually captures the band’s essence perfectly. Simultaneously personal and mysterious, specific and ambiguous, Field Report’s self-titled debut album is a collection of 10 songs that consist of folk precision and just enough breathing room to amaze.
Field Report has got the detailed and nostalgic part of Callahan's lyrics down pat, namedropping over 100 proper nouns into the 15 songs that were whittled down to the album's 11: Doris Day, Glen Shirley, Dom DeLuise, JonBenét Ramsey, the . But unlike Smog and "Fergus Falls", they're excessive. Mostly, Field Report sounds a lot like his old band. When listening to an album like Silent Signs, you can hear the vestiges of Megafaun's telltale banjo twangs and early Bon Iver's lightly brushed drums, but you can also hear how both bands have naturally evolved into autonomous, quite distinct entities; so distinct that Porterfield felt out of place on a recent tour with Megafaun, his former musical collaborators. When Field Report deviates from DeYarmond Edison's retrospectively entry-level folk, however, it's jarring.
Porterfield is a magnificent songwriter, and the years he spent honing these songs to a rich edge shows in this debut album.
27 March at 11:05 ·. We had a great time filming this session for Baeble. Today, Milwaukee's Field Report celebrates the release of their third album, "Summertime Songs" on Verve Forecast. In honor of this special day, 88Nine is proud to live stream a very special performance from Field Report via VuHaus today at 12:00 pm. radiomilwaukee.
Field Report have garnered the attention of artists like Aimee Mann and Adam Duritz, have toured internationally, and had an entire day (Oct. 22, 2014) dubbed "Field Report Day" in their hometown. Such accolades raise the question of whether the uncertainty mapped onto Field Report's music is warranted, but it's not worth reading into. The self-deprecating music this band churns out merits charm through its relatability, especially to Midwesterners. Speaking allegorically, Marigolden sounds like winter. Although a bit less heavy than the band's debut, Marigolden is not what I would call an upbeat album. However, in the spirit of "digging up the death and replanting," it's got that hint of optimism that we all need in our lives from time to time.
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|3||I Am Not Waiting Anymore||3:28|
|7||Chico The American||5:51|
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Available September 11, 2012
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