Inspired by Stuart Hyatt’s audio field recordings, musicians from around the world have contributed complex sonic narratives under the Field Works banner. Each album begins with Hyatt’s samples and soundscapes from a particular time and location, weaving them into musical phrases and ultimately into song cycles intended to give the listener a heightened and more nuanced sense of place. Music plotted along a humble waterway in Indianapolis. From its source, through the city, into a mysterious three-mile underground tunnel, and finally to the White River, Pogue's Run represents the ongoing tension between nature and civilization. Music by Eluvium, Benoit Pioulard, Marcus Fischer, Rafael Anton Irissari, and William Tyler. Original Essay by Ben H. Winters. Artwork by Casey Roberts.