This week we'll examine a life at sea. Joseph Conrad wrote that "There is nothing more enticing, disenchanting and enslaving." More troubling is what lies beneath the swells and awful stirrings of what Melville called the "hidden soul beneath. Hoisting the main sail for us on the episode of Idyllic Music are Band of Mad Women IOTA MMPSUF Sleepy Town Manufacture beat.dowsing and Leon Somov. I'm Jim Nye
We'll begin in Bulgaria and Band of Mad Women with "Water Song.
That was Iota and "Revolution Canape" Find more at https://archive.org/details/ZST003 and Band of Mad Women at http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Band_of_Mad_Women
This is MMPSUF with "The Sailors"
That was Sleepy Town Manufacture reflecting on the paranoia of isolation in "Sea Sickness" More at www.last.fm/music/Sleepy+Town+Manufacture and MMPSUF at https://archive.org/details/sute031
Every crew needs a mate called "Swervie" Here is beat.dowsing.
That was the hallucinatory "Crosses" from Leon Somov with Jazzu. Discover more at https://archive.org/details/sute018. All the show notes, links to the artists and more are at idyllicmusic.com
Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.