This week we’ll consider those times when things get wobbly. Not the early 20th century trade union but the feeling that things that once seemed solid and unchanging are now less so. They may be in politics and sexuality, personally or sonically. We'll hear from 6 artists finding their footing in an unstable world. They are The National Pool, Auma, Metaharmoniks, Lovespirals, The Esoteric Gender and Korev.
We'll begin in Nashville with The National Pool and what would seem to be the most stable and dependable of things. 'Walls'
Check out thenationalpool.blogspot.com for more From his the debut release Interacting:Processing, this is Melbourne-based Auma and the Radiohead-inspired track called 'Nude'
Download the entire CD at www.ektoplazm.com/2011/auma-interactingprocessing From Russia and seemingly underwater comes Metaharmoniks with a track called 'Be a King'
More Metaharmoniks at www.budabeats.com/bub Here are Lovespirals remixed by Yumenomado That was 'Feels So Good' find more at www.lovespirals.com This is The Esoteric Gender from Reykjavik and 'Throwaway Girl'
Listen to more from this thought provoking band and their debut release 'Prelude' at www.theesotericgender.com
That was Korev and 'Saturday Afternoon' closing out this episode of Idyllic Music. You can find more tracks at fr.electrobel.org This podcast can be heard in more than 100 countries. Look for the list at myspace.com/idyllic music You can also find the complete archive of show notes, links to all the artists featured on the podcast over the years and lots of free streaming audio at idyllicmusic.com. You can download Idyllic Music directly to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch from iTunes. Look for links at idyllicmusic.com.
Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.