Stephen McAlister has a new feature this week that points out some great streaming music by influential artists found on MySpace. More on that later in the show. This week we'll hear from USB, Indy, Putty and Gen. Fuzz. I'm Jim Nye
UK based producer USB mixes sweeping melodic counterpoints to effect for the reverb drenched 'We Disolve' Used by permission, that's USB and 'We Disolve'.
Find much more at soundclick.com/bands/usb and his full album at cdbaby.com/cd/usbmusic We turn again to the prolific Indy who we last heard from on episode six. His innovative sampling evokes the unfulfilled on 'The World Keeps Turning'
'The World Keeps Turning' That's Indy. You can listen to much more at soundclick.com. From Charlottetown, Canada, Donovan Morgan records as Putty. 'Careful Where You Step'
That's Putty. 'Careful Where You Step' Hear a wide variety of songs at musicv2.com/artist/putty and soundclick Neo-hippie James Kirsch (or JimmyK's) transformation from parochial Ohio to San Francisco has been artistic as well as geographic. Formerly known as DJ Messy he now records as Gen. Fuzz Here is 'Lido In The Morning'
That was 'Lido In The Morning' Download dozens of songs for free at www.generalfuzz.net and don't miss generalfuzz.blogspot.com USB Indy Putty General Fuzz 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.