Month: October 2020

1/2/3/4 — #175 — From Rockabilly to Jazz Psych…

A wonderful eclectic selection of music for you on this episode. Swedish rockabilly queen Eva Eastwood celebrates 20 years as a recording artist with her 12th studio album “Candy”, a bag of self-penned sweets for everyone who loves the music of the late 50´s and early 60´s. It’s a powerhouse performance that makes you feel good. Plus some excellent gentle folk, luscious yacht rock and ending with some swirling jazz tinged psych.

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Quiet Space — #151 — Anthéne

I use the word favourite a lot as there is a lot of music I love and a lot of composers I reckon are fantastic. Without a doubt, anthéne (the solo project of bradley sean alexander deschamps, who also is the curator of polar seas recordings) is one of the most exciting ambient artists to have burst on the scene over the last 5 years. Not only is he prolific, but his sounds are on point everytime. His latest release Collide has just come out on Home Normal. Our focus is on this wonderfully blissed out minimal release, but woven throughout a special mix of his work. Simply magic.

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1/2/3/4 — #174 — Gone By Noon

Moat is a collaboration between Marty Willson-Piper (The Church, Noctorum) and Swedish composer/multi-instrumentalist Niko Röhlcke (Weeping Willows). The project captures the fusion of sparse Scandinavian beauty and English folk sensibilities, filmic and evocative. “Gone By Noon” is the first track from the forthcoming long-player entitled “Poison Stream” due in early 2021.

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1/2/3/4 — #173 — The Space Between

One half of Sydney’s Jep & Dep, Jessica has released her triumphant solo debut, a shimmering beautiful album that the Rolling Stone dubbed a “Masterclass of Ethereal Brilliance”. Rightly so, this is a gorgeous listen from start to finish, produced by partner Darren Cross. One of the highlight’s of 2020 and will be high in my end of year list. Equally beguiling is Brona McVittie’s Man in the Mountain, sublime folk from a unique artist who has a pristine voice. As well, stunning new singles from luscious baroque pop from The Apartments and Jello 64 and The Maes and Monique Clare.

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