Month: September 2021

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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1/2/3/4 — #209 — Orb Weaver

An album that knocked my socks off last year was the debut from Natalie Jane Hill. She returns with a new release, Solely and we are featuring the first single from it, “Orb Weaver”. While the Central Texas folk guitarist/singer-songwriter’s stunning debut “Azalea” grew from years spent developing a textural narrative voice and idiosyncratic guitar style in the vibrant Blue Ridge Mountains, “Solely” represents a period of inward growth, and an outward push into an expanded sonic palette.

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1/2/3/4 — #208 — Vale Michael Chapman

Veteran British songwriter and guitar sage Michael Chapman sadly has passed away at the age of 80. He inspired many and covered a lot of ground through blues, jazz, folk, even noise. We reflect on his amazing output in this episode. Plus exciting sounds from Uruguay, jangly pop and minimal country.

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