Somewhere in South Africa, race interviewer Eric Goens is once again an interesting countryman. The familiar comfort of The house is gone, and Eric and his guests go one step further. They stay in a new place, enchanting and paradisefully beautiful, but again the great unknown, without life buoys, and further away from the inhabited world.
For example, this house becomes more than ever a confrontation with itself, sometimes stubborn or astounding, sometimes moving or enlightening. But always one by one, honestly, without masks and without detours. Kris Peeters, Sabine Hagedoren, Steven Van Herreweghe, Nafi Thiam, .. In that house you will learn to know them as they have never known before.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 45 minutes
Die huis - Phosphorescent (band) - Netflix
Phosphorescent is the working moniker of American singer-songwriter, Matthew Houck (born 1980). Originally from Huntsville, Alabama, Houck began recording and performing under this nom de plume in 2001 in Athens, Georgia. He is currently based in Brooklyn, New York.
Die huis - Overview - Netflix
Before recording under the name Phosphorescent, Matthew Houck traveled the world playing under the moniker Fillup Shack and self-released a limited pressing of the album Hipolit in 2000. Houck later changed his recording name to Phosphorescent, and released the full-length LP A Hundred Times or More in 2003. Notably, in the liner notes of A Hundred Times or More, Fillup Shack is credited with the drum recordings. The album was released through Athens-based independent label Warm Records. The following year, he released the EP The Weight of Flight. Phosphorescent rose to wider critical acclaim after releasing Aw Come Aw Wry in August 2005 and Pride in October 2007. The latter was named the 12th best album of 2007 by Stylus Magazine and received an 8.0 rating from indie website Pitchfork Media. In 2009, inspired by Willie Nelson's tribute album to Lefty Frizzell To Lefty From Willie, Houck crafted a tribute album to Nelson himself entitled, To Willie which was released through Dead Oceans. Phosphorescent released Here's to Taking It Easy in 2010. Muchacho, Phosphorescent's sixth studio album was released in 2013 to critical acclaim.
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