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1/2/3/4 — #01 — New Beginnings

Featuring the sweeping orchestral sounds of Cam Butler, driving Tunisian rock from Bargou 8, dreamy electronic pop from Glider Pilots and gorgeous experimental chamber folk from Anna & Elizabeth.

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1/2/3/4 — #103 — The Age Of Immunology

Vanishing Twin are one of the incredibly exciting ensembles to emerge from the UK, though their members are from across the globe - Belgium, Japan, Italy, France and America. Their new album, The Age of Immunology features a diverse selection of sounds, from muscular Krautrock mantra, Morricone-esque lounge to fried-out electronic pop. You'll hear an essential track from this release plus Monnone Alone, Doug Tuttle and more.

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1/2/3/4 — #153 — Failures

Katie Malco writes music that sits quietly somewhere between an aching, serene sadness and a hopeful determination. She mourns her past and lays it out on the table for all to see, exposed with twitching nerves. Armed with only an old telecaster that's seen better days and her magnificent voice, Katie returns with her compelling new album, Failures

1/2/3/4 — #153 — Failures

Katie Malco writes music that sits quietly somewhere between an aching, serene sadness and a hopeful determination. She mourns her past and lays it out on the table for all to see, exposed with twitching nerves. Armed with only an old telecaster that’s seen better days and her magnificent voice, Katie returns with her compelling new album, Failures

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1/2/3/4 — #152 — Christine Jane, Grant Lee-Phillips, Dehd

Christine Jane’s eclectic tastes and world wide travels lead her to find her sound: ‘cinematic blues’. Her songs are deeply personal and reflect on loss, love, listlessness and the shadows of despair. Her latest single, written on a tiny guitar (called a guitalelele) and using eclipse mints and hands scratching demin jeans for percussion, sees Christine Jane reinventing herself in the strange space betwixt trysts. As well, excellent new releases from Grant Lee-Phillips and Dehd.

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Quiet Space — #135 — Adam Pacione

Adam Pacione is a composer, sound artist, field recorder and photographer based in Fort Worth, Texas. I’ve followed his career since the start (his Heat EP featured on a very early edition of the original broadcast of the Quiet Space) and it’s a pleasure to focus on his latest release, Mâché.

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1/2/3/4 — #151 — Back to Feelings

Konradsen are the duo of vocalist and pianist Jenny Marie Sabel and multi-instrumentalist Eirik Vildgren. They trace their roots to the far north of Norway, where the black night of winter is backlit by the neon glow of the Northern Lights. It’s a fitting metaphor for the music the pair crafts – tradition meets innovation, while the natural world glimmers overhead.

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1/2/3/4 — #150 — A Lilac Decline

A Lilac Decline is the anagrammatic musical pseudonym of visual artist Cecilia Danell. Originally from Sweden but resident in Ireland for over a decade, Danell is a member of fellow Rusted Rail acts Cubs and Loner Deluxe. Her latest single, Sunset Song, is a lush and dreamy listen awash with spacey synth lines. As well, two great Australian songwriters, Nick Batterham and Josh Meadows combine their powers as The Bell Streets, driving uptempo pop from Sydney trio Key Out and the return of Pure X.

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