It seems like mysterious/enigmatic producers are popping up more frequently than before these days – but none have been delivering in the same manner as Karma Fields! After a period of multiple singles/releases, everything that Karma Fields has been working towards has led to this – a 12-track album which speaks volumes, especially given its otherworldly visuals and sounds.
Leading up to the album’s release, KF has mainly been known for bringing out the best of a brooding atmosphere, as well as implementing some futuristic elements to their style, especially in regards to their music videos, which are the result of a constant collaboration with Guo Ruiwen, a.k.a. Raven Kwok.
Bringing together such elements oddly enough makes one look forward to a seemingly dystopian future, which may inevitably result in humanity residing within ‘the grid’; however, with A Bright But Distant Future rounding out the album, it feels like there is a light at the end of the dark tunnel, which gives a glimmer of hope for humanity, as well as what more is to come down the road from the producer(s).
Have a listen to New Age | Dark Age, and get a little taste of what the future of music, as well as the future itself, has in store for us!
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