Month: September 2021

1/2/3/4 — #211 — Souvenirs

Influenced by European film and library music, Maston is a composer from Los Angeles who relocated to Europe a couple of years ago. When he encountered Swiss ensemble, LÉclair, he knew he had found the missing link to his dream to create sounds in the spirit of Ennio Morricone, Sven Libaek, & Piero Umiliani. The result is the colorful and kinetic album Souvenir.

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1/2/3/4 — #210 — Tell You Straight

Melbourne’s Ayleen O’Hanlon is back with a bold new single, Straight. She’s been a very active member of the alt-country/folk scene, released a cracking album in 2015 (Blend and Spill), but a double-dose of heartbreak, burnout and a pandemic forced her to stop and re-evaluate her direction. Her sound has a darker pop twist and is highly recommended. She’s just one of the strong women making music in this episode with brilliant new tracks from Mel Parsons, Piper Butcher and Caroline Marie Brooks.

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Quiet Space — #189 — Ode To The Diamond Shiners

Sam Goldberg is an INCREDIBLE experimental ambient musician from Cleveland, Ohio. He also runs the label Pizza Night. In the late naughties he released stunning works under his own name, as Radio People and teaming up with John Elliot (Emeralds) as Mist. He uses guitars and synths to weave mesmerising compositions. On this edition of the Quiet Space we focus on his recent work under the name Eternal Plough plus dive deep into his back catalog. Essential Listening!

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