This week we look at barriers, stumbling blocks and things that hold you back through the music of Neko Neko, Tricky, The Divine Madness, JT25, Estado Avanzado and Lily Lavandula. I'm Jim Nye.
Manchester's Neko Neko starts us of from his Sporks and Foons EP with the restrained 'Knotts'
Find more Neko Neko at www.myspace.com/anniseed Tricky remains a central pillar of the Bristol sound. From 2001's Blowback CD, this is 'Evolution Revolution Love'
Look for Tricky's full catalog at www.trickyonline.com The Divine Madness overcomes hesitancy with 'Precious'
Look to myspace.com/thedivinemadness for more gothic psychedelia JT25's auditory hallucinations manifest from his studio in Orleans. Here is 'Angel's Rain'
Find more at www.jt25.net From Cáceres in Spain, comes the Advanced State of electronica and tape manipulation. This is '18-02-02'
Hear more Estado Avanzado at www.myspace.com/avanzado We close with this short piece by lily lavandula called 'temp8080' lily lavandula is believed to be New York's Carl Martin a veteran of the glitch electronica scene.
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