Based in Jerusalem, Roy Rosenfeld started producing in 2008 and has since caused waves in the house and techno scenes by continuously thinking outside of the box, a trait noticeable in his creative and original releases seen on labels such as: Definitive Recordings, Form Music, Mistakes Music, 1605 and of course his own imprint Rusted Records. Furthermore the producer has won multiple remix competitions hosted by the likes of Cr2 Records and Kindergarten which has in turn lead to him remixing the likes of Chris Lake, John Acquaviva, Lutzenkirchen and Tube & Berger.
Fields opens with a euphoric intro before leading into rich harmonies and warm chords that soothe the ears, meanwhile embellishments of guitar add that organic element increasingly associated with the Kittball imprint. The Mellow Mix opens with reverberating electro-inspired chords until subtle percussion, various pops and funky bleeps progress the track into an uplifting crescendo that soon drops into a trembling bassline. To conclude the release, Fields Bath opens much like the title track only the chords are pitched down and sullen making for a downtempo alternative.