Rob Chant

Bristol's sage of the six-string Ah yes, all the true Bristol heads know what time it is. During the era of Blue Lines and Bass Is Maternal, the name Rob Chant would crop up in the credits for a whole raft of killer sessions to emerge from the city, a reliable indicator of fascinating sounds … Continue reading Rob Chant

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The latest episode of Garden Grooves takes us through the late summer into autumn and right up to the present day, with a selection of records that melt into the sun setting earlier with every passing day... Kemet Crew Champion Jungle Sound Kemet 1995 If memory serves, it all started with some general lawn care … Continue reading Garden Grooves 006

RAG018: Autumn 2018

Radio AG Episode 018 L.A.'s Desert OriginsAutumn 2018 Knee deep in the canyon, we pick up where we left off four years ago with the Autumn 2018 episode of Radio AG for your listening pleasure. Kicking off with a slew of rock hard canyon breaks, we shift gears from country rock into baroque pop and … Continue reading RAG018: Autumn 2018

Chris Hillman

The heartbeat of the canyon In putting together The Canyon 25, I went back and listened to a bunch of my favorite records from in and around that scene. In the process, it quickly became clearer than ever how quietly important Chris Hillman's contribution had been to the whole scene's development, not only as a … Continue reading Chris Hillman

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Picking up from last time (nearly a year ago!), here's another Garden Grooves session coming at your from the Heights. This outing was strictly in the roots 'n future neighborhood, where dub, house and trip hop all shuffle in the shadows, matching the mood as we cultivated the fern gardens in the shady glen of … Continue reading Garden Grooves 002