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Hazel

by Radio People

Hazel by Radio People

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Hazel

by Radio People

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Label: Mexican Summer
With each new release, Sam Goldberg's Radio People project moves from abstract synth-drone to more of a synth-pop aesthetic, one that embraces traditional conceptions of melody, groove and even beauty. As a result, Hazel recalls Jean Michel Jarre more than it does Conrad Schnitzler. As a composer and musician, Goldberg's timing is impeccable; his architectonic runs -- spacey in a gentle way -- never unfold too quickly or slowly. The record is instrumental for the most part. However, its final track, "Patience," contains some wonderfully tranquil vocal patterns that feel inspired by Eno.

About This Album

With each new release, Sam Goldberg's Radio People project moves from abstract synth-drone to more of a synth-pop aesthetic, one that embraces traditional conceptions of melody, groove and even beauty. As a result, Hazel recalls Jean Michel Jarre more than it does Conrad Schnitzler. As a composer and musician, Goldberg's timing is impeccable; his architectonic runs -- spacey in a gentle way -- never unfold too quickly or slowly. The record is instrumental for the most part. However, its final track, "Patience," contains some wonderfully tranquil vocal patterns that feel inspired by Eno.

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About This Album

With each new release, Sam Goldberg's Radio People project moves from abstract synth-drone to more of a synth-pop aesthetic, one that embraces traditional conceptions of melody, groove and even beauty. As a result, Hazel recalls Jean Michel Jarre more than it does Conrad Schnitzler. As a composer and musician, Goldberg's timing is impeccable; his architectonic runs -- spacey in a gentle way -- never unfold too quickly or slowly. The record is instrumental for the most part. However, its final track, "Patience," contains some wonderfully tranquil vocal patterns that feel inspired by Eno.