This week we consider the glacier, a force of nature whose pace is so deliberate as to define slowness of movement yet whose disappearance is so rapid we may never truly know its relationship to the planet and ourselves. The chillout this week includes Bersarin Quartett, Dream LAX, Chris Martin, Sirk, Corwin Trails, Idyllic, The Dandelion Council and The Serendipitous Cacophonies. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in Germany with the Bersarin Quartett who warn of the melting with 'Es kann nicht ewig Winter sein'
Find more www.myspace.com/bersarinquartett Dream LAX observes we are 'Losing Ground and Time'
Download their CD for free at www.soundclick.com/dreamlax Here is Chris Martin and 'Texture Reprise'
Look for Chris' EP at www.myspace.com/chrismartinsmusic Links to all the artists can be found at idyllicmusic.com From Norway, proximity adds to authenticity for Sirk. This is 'Iceberg'
Look to music.download.com/sirk for more Here is 'Icicle' by Corwin Trails
is more of Samuel Vandiver's electronica at www.myspace.com/corwintrails This is the glacially paced 'Deep dark Cold'
That was 'The Locust Glacier' by The Dandelion Council Find his other tracks at archaichorizon.com We'll close on a slightly more upbeat note with The Serendipitous Cacophonies asking 'What's after the future?' Find more than 100 free songs by this prolific Portuguese at soundclick.com/TheSerendipitousCacophonies and more on glaciers at the National Snow and Ice Data Center For more on this podcast including show notes, scripts and links to the artists, log on to www.idyllicmusic.com.
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