This week we'll look at the Zeitgeist. This moment in time, our collective meme and the era of uncertainty. It's an era that portends the age of human technology while celebrating a kind of spirtitual nostalgia. On this episode of Idyllic Music we'll hear from seven artists reflecting "the spirit of the times". They are Esza Kaye, All India Radio, Andreia Dacal, Daybehavior, Aphone, Giyz and Curly Jefferson. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in Los Angeles with vocalist Esza Kaye exploring the relationship humans have with technology in 'Tinged With Machine'
Check out the much more at www.eszakaye.com Here are the narcotic musical textures of All India Radio from the album 'Free Me'. This is 'The Time'
Visit allindiaradio.bandcamp.com for more From Rio, here is singer Andreia Dacal and producer Rafael Aragon 'Meu Hino' or My Hymn
Look to www.fresh-poulp.net for more Up next is Swedish trio Day Behavior featuring vocalist Paulinda Crescentini. Here is 'Silent Dawn'
For more visit at www.daybehavior.com From Brussels, here is Radio Vibration Aphone with 'Good Old Days'
That was Giyz and a track called 26 May. Check out both Aphone and Giyz at Electrobel.orgWe'll close with sounds and feel of a bygone ere from Curly Jefferson and His Orchestra. It's 'Rhythm of the Rain'
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.