EPISODE 5: P. G. SIX
P.G. Six is both a band led by Pat Gubler and a solo act comprised of none other than Gubler his own self. He enters the Space with a harp in tow to pluck and sing and talks to Chris about the various types of harp, studying with a member of the Incredible String Band, and the unnerving silence in moving from the Bronx to the northern wilds as a child. He also puts on a guitar and uses a range of electronic effects to weave a web of incandescent ambience, or something really cool like that.
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5 P.G. SIX
The harp. The voice. Environmental guitar.
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