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[sic] Magazine Review of Deep Heart

[sic] Magazine recently featured album picks of 2018 from different artists, and the list from Twilight Fields included my latest, Deep Heart:

I am not normally drawn to sparse, dryly produced, quirky, almost 90s-style indie music and abstract lyrics, but Kloba does this sort of thing better than anyone I’ve heard…her voice is a meandering coo, her lyrics are beguiling. She’s a buried American musical treasure that deserves to be unearthed, because you don’t come across a true original very often.

Deep Heart Acoustic

Three of the tracks from my November 2018 session for Mark Whitby on Dandelion Radio are now available for a free download on Bandcamp:

The last track “Better Soon” will be included on a future release by Kloba Kent, my collaboration with Paul Kent.

Winter Solstice

Back in late 2017, I contributed a track “He Lights Up” to the Winter Solstice compilation album from Vanguardista Records.  For 2018, the compilation is being re-released with a bonus track and new artwork:

My track was reviewed briefly by Mark Barton at The Sunday Experience:

“Must admit, we here are quite adoring of Diane Marie Kloba’s slyly snaking ‘he lights up’ its fraying slacker-esque turning emitting a subtle sinister shadow to the proceedings that curiously hits something of a Television-esque grooving.”

Limited Edition Deep Heart CDs

There is a limited edition of physical copies of Deep Heart now available directly through me or on Bandcamp. The CD comes with a booklet with photos and full lyrics. Downloads and streaming are still available everywhere!