Chris Fields Music
Music you hear that does not belong to one style has a tendency to grab your attention. You think to yourself, "Something is different. This is new, and it's forcing me to listen." Music has many uses. Blues, for instance, is comfortable within its convention. Its listeners tune in because there's comfort in that age-old 12-bar pattern. But, for other listeners, music is more of an exploration.
To those people, Chris Fields music is here. Some would argue that music is all about the process of making the listener feel something he or she hasn't felt before. Music should be exploratory, and in so forth, it should push the boundaries of what we are capable of understanding. 300 years ago, non-diatonic harmony (outside the key) would have been thought of as sacrilege. Today it is common practice, and we have come to rely upon it. (Blues, again, is a great example).
Chris Fields music connects on many levels. First, its unique sense of time and orchestration suggests it could be used in film, as movie music or in movie trailer music. His melodies and chord constructions flow like a wild river, carefully contained within beautiful arrangements. Second, Chris Fields music works simply as great instrumental sound which can be played in any number of environments.
His complexity of sound is something that is easily apparent. Layered upon itself ad infinitum, you can listen to the same track repeatedly and, each time, discover a new sound or melody hidden in the matrix. Chris Fields music is for those people for whom music is a transitory device to another level of consciousness.