The music that I find most interesting is often least likely to be heard widely. It might be a bit off kilter, unpredictable or somewhat out of balance. Koyaanisqatsi, if you will. Each of the next 5 songs displays those qualities to one degree or another. We'll hear from Invisible Asps, Vim Cortez, Queenie, Kommbat and Shadowproject. I'm Jim Nye.
Aron Beatty mixes Eastern folk accents with Western electronic music to create an all-together new set of sounds with his project Invisible Asps. Here is 'Phenol'
Look for more Invisible Asps at soundclick. From Paris, Vim Cortez records lightly percussive pastoral music recalling the French countryside. Feel the warm breeze through 'Jemima's Curtains'
That's Jemima's Curtains. Hear more at myspace.com/vimcortez Chicago area native Queenie Sataro teams up with ambient producer Harout Kalandjian of KMP. The result of this Internet collaboration is called 'Be Who You Are'
That's Queenie 'Be Who You Are' Look for more of their individual efforts at queeniemusic.com and kmp-music.com German collagist Kommbat employs soundscapes, field recordings and borrowed atmospherics to come up with his skittish rhythms and melodic hues. This is 'Dex on Mountaintop'
Explore Kommbat's unique musical vision at kommbat.com Stockholm-based producer Oskar Svensson's Shadowproject rounds out this week's show with 'You Are The One
There is much more from Shadow project at soundclick.com/bands/shadowproject Invisible Asps Vim Cortez Queenie Kommbat Shadowproject For more on this podcast including show notes, scripts and links to the artists, log on to www.idyllicmusic.com
Thank you for listening. I'm Jim Nye.