This week, we'll look at ruins and relics. Places long abandoned for more promising prospects. Whether ancient or post-modern they recall a measure of greatness that evokes more sadness than nostalgia. Leading our tour on this episode of Idyllic Music are Steric Hindrance, NeiLicis, Clear Plastic, Rude Corps, Sardinia Bass Legalize and Electric Salmon. I'm Jim Nye
We'll begin in Brooklyn with Alexey Sparavalo recording as Steric Hindrance among the moai of Easter Island
That was NeiLicis lost among the rust belt monuments of the 'Chicago Skyline' Hear more at www.electrobel.fr and more from Alexey at www.soundclick.com/StericHindrance Here is Clear Plastic with 'Quiet City'
Find more at the Podsafe Music Network This is Rude Corps following 'Orbital Paths You'll find much more from this prolific outfit at www.soundclick.com/rudecorps or music.download.com/rudecorps We last heard from Sardinia Bass Legalize back on episode 64. This one comes from their 'Visions of my Land' CD It's 'Nightview'
Download several free tracks at www.sardiniabasslegalize.com
We'll close with podcast friend Electric Salmon high in the Andes amongst the ruins of Machu Picchu Look to www.soundclick.com/electricsalmon for more 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.