This week, it's regrets and reconciliation. Regrets? I've had a few but by and large, I've moved on. It seems a measure of success by how little regret we take to our graves. The trick, of course, is in deciding how much of your personal past you are willing to overlook. Making that judgment on this episode of Idyllic Music are We came as Strangers, Surek, Vienna Ditto, Knoto, Zebrat, and Helicalin. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in the U.K. with 'We Came as Strangers' from a really strong album called ‘Eyedom’. The is 'Stupid Things'.
That was Italy's Danilo Fittipaldi as Surak and 'Rescue'. Find more at www.acustronica.com and www.wecameasstrangers.com
Here is Reading's own Vienna Ditto with 'La Nina Blanca'
That was from a Dubophonic compilation called 'Explorations in Dub'. That was Knoto and 'Natural Mystic Dub' Listen to much more at www.dubophonic.com and also www.viennaditto.com
This is Canadian duo Zebrat and 'Fairyland'
That was Alexander Asimov recording as Helicalin and 'Why Everyting So Stoned' Check out www.southerncitylab.net and find more creative electronica at zebrat.bandcamp.com For more on this podcast including show notes, scripts and links to the artists, look to www.idyllicmusic.com If you liked this show give it a review on iTunes. Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.