This week, we'll take a look at idea that the visible world is pervaded by invisible forces or spirits, which affect the lives of the living. It's a belief that predates most mainstream religions and remains in many ways we may not immediately recognize. Much of today's electronic club music employs many techniques shared by shamanism. The beat, repetitive vocal samples and binaural beats. There is a reason we call it Trance. Displaying some of this otherworldliness are Kmotiv, Secret Archives of the Vatican, Bone Shaman, Banderlog and Sara Ayers. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin with an artist we first heard from way back on episode eight. Here is Kmotiv from 'The Abstraction Agenda' release and 'One After Five'
Hear more at www.kmotiv.com and archive.org Now to the transglobal beats of the Secret Archives of the Vatican. It's 'Budayeen 3am'
Much more is revealed at www.brokendrumrecords.com Here is the Bone Shaman with 'Project 42'
Look to www.soundclick.com/boneshaman for more. This is Banderlog.
That was 'Everlasting Now' by Antwerp-based producer Banderlog. Check out dozens of free tracks at electrobel or www.myspace.com/bandarlog Sara Ayers' ethereal organica is a richly textured mix of voice, guitar and sonic electronic atmospheres. Here she teams with Japanese dark ambient experimentalist Ryuta.K for 'This Is What I Wanted'
Find more at www.saraayers.com This podcast can be heard in more than 100 countries. Look for the list at myspace.com/idyllic music
Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.