Moone Records are helping Kyle Fields bring his long-loved, but also long out of print 2002 album Wonderue back to the turntable. The record capped off his “Wonder” trilogy of albums that started with 1999’s Discover Worlds of Wonder. It would mark the beginning of his relationship with Olympia’s K Records that would mark some of his most acclaimed work and introduce him to a wider audience. The quality and scope of Fields early records is impressive, given how many he released in such a short span between 2002 and 2003. The year also laid claim to his K Records breakout Light Green Leaves along with fellow Wonder Trilogy entry, Wonder City.
Fields has since gone on to produce a staggering catalog of work that dots labels like Woodisist, Rad, K, and People in a Position to Know alongside his work with Phoenix’ Moone Records. If this one eluded you when it was released, check out the somber, serene tones of “Tread It Kind” below. The album has been repackaged with updated artwork that features reshoots of the same cover location from the original. Essential now as it was then.
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