Milestones come and go while in the Idyll like a lazy summers day without nearly enough time to do all the nothing you had planned on doing. This one features Kat Yidaki, Egyptian Nursery,PNFA, Paddington Breaks and Strekie.
Dutch bass player Kat Yidaki begins this 30th episode of Idyllic Music with 'H2'
There is much more Kat Yidaki at soundclick.com/katyidaki Fresh Music is an independent label dedicated to the promotion of contemporary South African music in all its hues, here the ingredients come from North England, Mauritania, and the Congo. This is Egyptian Nursery and 'Still'
Hear more of Craigie, Ariane and Mojama's unique sound at www.freshmusic.co.za When last we heard from Wolfram Gruss it was on Episode 17 on a side project, his main focus however remains PNFA or "Popular Nightmare Folk Art" This is a collaboration with another top indie innovator,Eric Carter recording as Japanese Seizure Robots. Here is 'Crushed by Velvet'
This trans-Atlantic duo's work can be found at soundclick.com/bands/pnfa or /JapaneseSeizureRobots That was Paddington Breaks and 'From Iraq to Palestine' Visit their provocative page at myspace.com/paddingtonbreaks
From Rotselaar, Jan Verstreken records beautifully understated melodic electronics as strekie. Without irony, this is 'The End'
Check out Jan's website at www.strekie.be or myspace.com/strekie For more on this podcast including show notes, scripts and links to the artists as well as the band Idyllic, log on to www.idyllicmusic.com with archives at idyllicmusic.blogspot.com. Visit the cornershop where you can help support many of the artists you hear on Idyllic Music by buying a song from them at iTunes.
Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.