This week, it's adventure. The kind imagined by the great turn of the century authors like Kipling, Burroughs, Wells and Verne. 100 years hence on Idyllic Music, we offer Sublimatus, Daakoon, Conrad Belfort, Juno6, Orbique and Synthastazia. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in the footsteps of Marco Polo with Sublimatus crossing the 'Khyber Pass'.
Hear more from Zena Hagerty and Andras Hornic at myspace.com/sublimatus777 Montreal's Daakoon initiates 'First Contact'
You can find more of his cool electronica at dustedwax.org/dwk008.html From Toulouse, Conrad Belfort reflects on the 'The Sadness of Tarzan'
Find more at www.electrobel.fr/artist/548 Leipzig's Stefan Schultz records electro-colia as Juno6. Here is '100'
Find much more at 1bit-wonder.com Polish Minimalist Orbique continues with 'Girl'
Look for more at www.myspace.com/djorbique In the spirit of H.G. Wells it's Synthastazia and 'Large Fruiting Bodies'
You'll find more at http://www.myspace.com/edhallborg Visit the cornershop where you can help support many of the artists you hear on Idyllic Music by buying a song or CD from them. There is also a book corner with where you can browse through 20 great music books including Miles Davis's autobiography and the Trouser Press Guide to Music. And look for all 4 Volumes of The Idyllic Music iMix.
Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.