On this edition of idyllic music, acuity and detail are the watchwords as we hear from Artemis, Texture, Spiral Soundsystem, X-Ray Dogs and Keito. I'm Jim Nye.
We start with remarkable vocalist Artemis at the beginning for the 'Fountain of Life'
That was 'Fountain of Life' ' by Artemis, from the Gravity CD available at magnatune.com. It's a cool label with 50 genre podcasts available as well. Miami denizens Christopher Charles Martin and Johann Padron have perfectly named their efforts Texture this is 'Vertical Horizon
That was 'Vertical Horizon' look for more at music.download.com/texture Queensland-based musician Brett Caporn, records under the name Spiral Soundsystem, playing minimal ambient electro-dub to reflects a deep spiritual connection to the land and environment. This is 'Sizzled Dub
Look for more of Brett's music at www.lrrecords.com.au/html/artists/Spiralsoundsystem From the U.K. that was X-Ray Dogs and 'Mad Like Cows' Hear more from this residential band at myspace.com/xraydogs or www.x-raydogs.com Down the road in Leeds, we'll close with the work of audiovisualist V.J. Keito and 'Chiller'
Hear more from opensource enthusiast Keito at www.myspace.com/vjkeito 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. Also 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. If you can't get enough Idyllic Music click the Chillinks tab for hours of streaming Trip Hop, Ambient, Jazz, Dub and Downtempo music.
Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.