The latest solo effort from Field Music’s David Brewis captures the melodic sophistication we’ve come to expect from his group efforts, but more focused and restrained. (via School of Language: Old Fears (Memphis Industries) Review | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

The latest solo effort from Field Music’s David Brewis captures the melodic sophistication we’ve come to expect from his group efforts, but more focused and restrained. (via School of Language: Old Fears (Memphis Industries) Review | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

School of Language is Field Music’s David Brewis. On April 8 the Sunderland, England-based musician will once again go it alone with the release of his new album Old Fears. (via School of Language Announces New Album “Old Fears” | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

School of Language is Field Music’s David Brewis. On April 8 the Sunderland, England-based musician will once again go it alone with the release of his new album Old Fears. (via School of Language Announces New Album “Old Fears” | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

In 1929 Scottish director John Grierson released a pioneering silent film called Drifters, coining the documentary genre in the process. 

In 1929 Scottish director John Grierson released a pioneering silent film called Drifters, coining the documentary genre in the process. 

Field Music recently took British collective Dutch Uncles’ track “Nometo” out for a spin around town. The result is a woozy; too much sun and good times take on the Out of Touch in the Wild track. (via media | Under The Radar)

Field Music recently took British collective Dutch Uncles’ track “Nometo” out for a spin around town. The result is a woozy; too much sun and good times take on the Out of Touch in the Wild track. (via media | Under The Radar)

Earlier this year, shortly after delivering their newest album Plumb, Field Music announced that they would release an album of covers to coincide with their upcoming fall tour through the UK. 

Earlier this year, shortly after delivering their newest album PlumbField Music announced that they would release an album of covers to coincide with their upcoming fall tour through the UK. 

Known for delivering stellar renditions from the catalog of The Beatles, Leonard Cohen, and even The Pet Shop Boys, Field Music has announced that the band will follow-up its recently released album Plumb with an album of covers due out sometime this fall. (via Field Music To Release Covers Album | Under The Radar)

Known for delivering stellar renditions from the catalog of The Beatles, Leonard Cohen, and even The Pet Shop Boys, Field Music has announced that the band will follow-up its recently released album Plumb with an album of covers due out sometime this fall. (via Field Music To Release Covers Album | Under The Radar)

Under the Radar’s Winter (March/April) Issue features an In the Studio 2012 themed cover with the frontmen of three notable acts set to release new albums later this year—Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth, Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste, and Twin Shadow’s George Lewis Jr. All three were photographed together exclusively for Under the Radar in New York City by photographer Tommy Kearns. (via Issues | Under The Radar)

Under the Radar’s Winter (March/April) Issue features an In the Studio 2012 themed cover with the frontmen of three notable acts set to release new albums later this year—Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth, Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste, and Twin Shadow’s George Lewis Jr. All three were photographed together exclusively for Under the Radar in New York City by photographer Tommy Kearns. (via Issues | Under The Radar)

Under the Radar’s Winter (March/April) Issue will be hitting the stands soon. The issue features an In the Studio 2012 themed cover with the frontmen of three notable acts set to release new albums later this year—Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth, Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste, and Twin Shadow’s George Lewis Jr. All three were photographed together exclusively for Under the Radar in New York City by photographer Tommy Kearns. (via Under the Radar Announces Winter 2012 Issue with Dirty Projectors, Grizzly Bear, and Twin Shadow | Under The Radar)

Under the Radar’s Winter (March/April) Issue will be hitting the stands soon. The issue features an In the Studio 2012 themed cover with the frontmen of three notable acts set to release new albums later this year—Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth, Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste, and Twin Shadow’s George Lewis Jr. All three were photographed together exclusively for Under the Radar in New York City by photographer Tommy Kearns. (via Under the Radar Announces Winter 2012 Issue with Dirty Projectors, Grizzly Bear, and Twin Shadow | Under The Radar)

Plumb marks the return of the brainy Peter and David Brewis, after setting up a new recording space (the previous spot they shared with The Futureheads closed its doors after 10 years). Life goes on, and thankfully so does Field Music. (via Field Music: Plumb (Memphis Industries) | Under The Radar)

Plumb marks the return of the brainy Peter and David Brewis, after setting up a new recording space (the previous spot they shared with The Futureheads closed its doors after 10 years). Life goes on, and thankfully so does Field Music. (via Field Music: Plumb (Memphis Industries) | Under The Radar)