Month: March 2018

Quiet Space — #44 — Drift Slowly Through Closed Systems

Keith Berry is a UK Composer who works in the field of generative music, generative in the sense that he is interested in creating systems that he can put in place and let run to produce music will be the focus of his new label, VSM Theory.
The first issue for this label, Viable Systems, is a beautiful collection of ambient music.

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1/2/3/4 — #46 — Bedsit Blues

We start this edition with a punchy rootsy slice of rock from Katy Guillen & The Girls, who take cues from guitar behemoths like Jimi Hendrix plus visionary songwriters like Patty Griffin, exploring blues, country and folk and the excellent new solo release from Jamie Hutchings, who began his career with the much-loved Bluebottle Kiss as well as establishing himself with four solo releases, two albums with the ‘heavy’ Infinity Broke and a brilliant collaboration with Peter Fenton as The Tall Grass. Bedsit, recorded in a shearing shed in rural NSW, is a very personal record and one you need to listen to.

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Quiet Space — #43 — Magnetic Assembly

Ghostly pastorals, refractions from forgotten landscapes…..Our focus this episode is on Berber Ox, aka David Rutledge, a radio documentary producer who creates fantastic work for ABC RN. Since 2010 he’s been creating deep listening experiences with releases on Install, Stunned, Assembly Field, Twice Removed, and Cave Recordings.

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1/2/3/4 — #45 — We Are The Wildlife

We shine a light on the excellent “We Are The Wildlife” from Brona McVittie, an Irish Harpist with a divine voice who takes us on a psycho-geographic journey through traditional folk with electronic flourishes and subtle atmospherics. I’ll chat about probably my favourite WOMADelaide yet with Pimpod subscriber Andy and we delve into the build up of excellent new releases from Kim Richey, Marlon Williams and Ryley Walker.

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Quiet Space — #42 — Sightlines

Featuring the self-titled debut of Gray Acres , a new project from brothers Andrew & Michael Tasselmyer released on the excellent Sound in Silence plus some wonderfully warm piano compositions from Christopher Marlow Bolton, more renowned for his work with Melbourne band Seagull.

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