Episode 25 finds us globe hopping once again, from Copenhagen, Prague, Raleigh, San Francisco and Warsaw. We'll hear from Thulla, The Grooveblaster, Floex, Dan West, Curium and FSP. I'm Jim Nye.
Danish Singer/Songwriter, Thulla and her avante retro Organic Orchestra mix her own off beat compositions with international standards. This is 'Where Ur Buddha Live'
Here more Thulla at www.cct-records.com and at promonet Raleigh, North Carolina, Gerry Belsha has been mixing his way though dance floors for a decade as The Grooveblaster. His bass heavy "Grooves and Hooks" style harkens back to 70's soul. Here is 'It's in her Kiss'
That's The Grooveblaster 'It's In Her Kiss' Check out more great grooves at www.thegrooveblaster.com Prague-based Tomas Dvorak records as Floex composing abstract, dreamy musical landscapes. Here is the delightful 'Samorost_Intro'
That was Floex and 'Samorost_Intro' you can hear more at www.floex.cz From Delaware, Ohio, Guitarist Dan West mixes jazz, hip-hop and a touch of blues for his signature sound. This is 'Sweet Nothings'
That's Dan West and 'Sweet Nothings' you'll find much more at soundclick www.soundclick.com/bands/danwest Evan Sornstein has long been a staple of the San Francisco electronic music scene composing the haunting and alchemical as Curium. Here he finds inspiration in the verse of E.E. Cummings teaming up with Dannie Delvos for 'Wild at our First Beasts'
Look for more Curium at www dynamophone.com/nowever.htm From Warsaw, FSP records bold Zappainian compositions with shades of Primus and Massive Attack. This is what it's like to be 'Living in Olsztyn' 'Living in Olsztyn' by FSP hear more at www.nines.333rec.org www.soundclick.com/bands/fsp 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.