This week, we'll look at the illusion of permanence and the inevitably of change. The tricky thing about change is that it is often not even perceptible. Gradual and incremental, it often takes a change in perspective to see the change happening all around us. Pointing that out for us on this episode of Idyllic Music are Module, Canola Tenderfoot, Musetta, Scopes, Philip TBC and JIXJAX. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in Wellington, New Zealand with Module from the Winter compilation CD over at IodaPromonet. Here is 'Reflections Scatter'
That was Bristol's Canola Tenderfoot with 'Nothing Set in Stone' Find more at www.canolatenderfoot.co.uk and look to www.module.co.nz
That was Starfrosch's dubstep remix of 'Ophelia’s song' by Musetta. It's a CC bonus track at starfrosch.ch/bonus-track-newsletter
From Deventer in the Netherlands, this is Scopes and 'Eyes Closed'
Download more Scopes at soundcloud.com/scopes and psyderweb.ucoz.com
From his Kokoro No Hibiki CD, Prague's Philip TBC includes vocalist Elsa Esmeralda on 'March Me to the Afterworld
'That was French produces JIKJAX with ‘Voodoo International'. Hear much more from him at fr.electrobel.org and also philiptbc.com
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.