This week, we'll take a poke at Satan, The Devil, Beelzebub or El Diablito. Whether or not you think he is an actual being or a manifestation of our universal need to personify evil, the concept of hell is as pervasive an idea as there is. From Robert Johnson to the White Stripes, there is no denying the fear or promise of hell has been a part of music for a long time. Sorting it all out for us this week are Inadubstate, Soo P and the Outsider, Yamasaki, Dr. Awkward, Atomica, Jah Wobble and Foa Hoka. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin with a demonic overture from French producer Inadubstate. This is 'Hybride'
Find more at parisdubactivitys.free.fr Here is Soo P and the Outsider with' R'elyah Rising'
From Portsmouth that was Yamasaki's 'Gecko' and Soo P They have many more tracks at music.download.com/yamasaki and www.myspace.com/soopandtheoutsider The U.K.’s Dr. Awkward knows few good things arrive with a 'Midnight Caller
Visit www.drawkward.net The out-of-towners once defined hell as 'One Day In New York City' Here is Atomica.
www.theatomicaproject.com Jah Wobble understands redemption lies 'On The Right Road'
That's from Alpha One Three courtesy of www.iodapromonet.com We'll close in Kiev with legendary Ukrainian underground band Foa Hoka and 'Sekret Yogo Svizhosti'
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.