Biography

Dreamfield were formed in London 1999 by songwriting partners Poppy Gonzalez & Gregg Mckella and joined by Amy Tucker in 2000. After two critically accalimed releases ‘Christopher’s Dream’ and ‘Take Me With You’ and some interesting live performances including a televised live performance in the Charlie Chaplin Museum of Modern Art Estonia, Dreamfield called it a day and no longer perform as a live band.

The band sited ‘dub, trip-hop, psychedelia & ‘cheesy latin 60s music’ as some of their influences, have a ‘penchant for long brooding notes of an undefined nature’ and specialize in a trippy grooves and ‘organic instrument mix’ which makes for a intoxicating coctail distinctly their own and earned them a loyal fanbase.

Edited by candycone on 20 Feb 2009, 21:25

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