Spatial Relations

Ambient, Beats

Spatial Relations is the name given to the collaboration between Nicholas Principe (Port St. Willow) and Peter Silberman(The Antlers)
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Spatial Relations is the name given to the collaboration between Nicholas Principe (Port St. Willow) and Peter Silberman(The Antlers). Principe and Silberman’s partnership has evolved from decades of improvised instrumental recordings into a vehicle for scoring, composition, and theme-writing. Since formally establishing Spatial Relations in 2018, the duo have created themes for Slate’s “Slow Burn” podcast, Luminary’s “Fiasco” podcast, among others. Notably, the duo scored Malcom Gladwell’s best-selling 2019 audiobook, “Talking to Strangers”. Shortly thereafter, they distilled hours of ambient atmospheres, motifs, and full-band performances to develop the most compelling ideas into “Talking to Strangers: The Companion Album”.

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