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Album Review

Beanfield's first album shared common ground with the likes of Peace Orchestra and Landslide, hoping to bottle the involved rhythmic patterns of Latin American jazz and the calming, meditative workouts of minimal art techno. The result was neither as comfortably inventive as their influences nor as nervously overdone. Beanfield was basically a very simple album, sticking close to quiet disco conventions as it dropped in bits of liquefied FX and orphaned keyboards. As in the nine-minute "Elektro-Kraut," however, the album could also be short of enough cunning to fill its own creative vacancies, which promised little in the way of the band's ultimate longevity.


Formed: 1994 in Munich, Germany

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

Beanfield is a trio of German musician/producers allied with the excellent groove label Compost Recordings. The group resides among a generation of dance acts like Faze Action, Fila Brazillia, and A Forest Mighty Black (the latter are close compadres) who balance their status in the electronic community by producing extraordinarily organic sounds, inspired by earthy '70s sounds from funk to Latin and Brazilian jazz to disco. Beanfield formed around keyboard player Tobias Meggle and bassist Jan Krause...
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