This week, we give a nod to a loyal and substantial listenership in Europe. A number helped, in no small measure; by my comedic inability to correctly pronounce names and song titles in so many languages. Our exercise continues through the Music of Munkie, Noise Relations, Simon V, Sardinia Bass Legalize and Juno6. I'm Jim Nye.
Jason Clark and Kate Peters return to Idyllic Music with this song of love and betrayal. From the U.K., here is Munkie and 'Fall Away'
Find more Munkie at www.sunshinemusic.co.uk Noise Relations comes to us from Poland with this chilled downtempo. From his 'Acid Love' EP, this is 'Sunspot'
Download the rest at www.lacedmilk.com release 77 Beatmeister Simon V teams with Finnish singer Laura Ryhänen for this prayer, of sorts, called 'Rukous'
Find more collaborations at www.simonv.com Sardinia Bass Legalize sits firmly at the forefront of the burgeoning Italio-Dub movement. It's 'Apocalypse Dub'
The dread continues at www.sardiniabasslegalize.com We'll close with Stefan Schultz' wonderfully warm, melancholic sound. From Leipzig, this is Juno6 with 'Seecond'
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.