Devonté Hynes & Third Coast Percussion - Fields
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October 11, 2019 / Release Date
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Cedille / Label
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Benny
60
Blood Orange tries his hand at classical music and falls flat on it face
holsgr
50
☆☆ — unsteady
Aoaystheory
65
*yawn*

So Dev is a creative machine and decided to do a Modern classical record with Third Coast Percussion…but is it something anybody wanted? Who cares, to be honest. Dev is just going to keep on doing what he loves; creating. There's nothing overtly bad about this collaboration, but there's also nothing great. The first 10 parts of For All Its Fury are pretty much just build-up to the title track "Fields" and all of it comes off one-dimensional and repetitive. The ... read more
Z.Younk
64
Dev Hynes and xylophones. Pretty strong sound, but it doesn't have much of a climax.
AndreVital
72
BEST TRACKS:
For All Its Fury: I. Reach
For All Its Fury: VII. Gather
For All Its Fury: VIII. Tremble
Perfectly Voiceless
There Was Nothing

I'll write an actual review later
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Track List

  1. For All Its Fury: I. Reach
  2. For All Its Fury: II. Blur
  3. For All Its Fury: III. Coil
  4. For All Its Fury: IV. Wane
  5. For All Its Fury: V. Curl
  6. For All Its Fury: VI. Hush
  7. For All Its Fury: VII. Gather
  8. For All Its Fury: VIII. Tremble
  9. For All Its Fury: IX. Cradle
  10. For All Its Fury: X. Press
  11. For All Its Fury: XI. Fields
  12. Perfectly Voiceless
  13. There Was Nothing
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Added on: August 20, 2019