This week, we'll look at home, a place both physical and emotional. Where you want to return to when away and get away from whilst there. Your feelings may be warm, cold, nostalgic or presently realistic. Everyone has a home whether they admit it to themselves or not. So we will hear from Puracane, Acid42, Mudville, Syrin, Susis Männer and Datassette. I'm Jim Nye.
We begin with Puracane's violin flavored downtempo featuring British expatriate Ali Rogers in the moment. This is 'Sand'
There are many more grains at www.puracane.com Lionel Valdellon's ethnotronica combines local instrument samples from the Philippines with modern beats as Acid42. Here is 'Future Sound Of Lamuan'
Hear more at qed.acid42.bluechronicles.net Marilyn Carino and Ben Rubin's latest CD is out called Iris Nova. It's Mudville and 'Brooklyn'
James Terrell's Syrin project is next. This is 'Nowhere to go Time Ripples'
Find more at soundclick.com/syrin From the Popcorn and Hollywood CD, this is Munich's Susis Männer and 'Melancholie'
Hear more from Susie Sunshine and the band's "Popmusik mit deutschen Texten" at www.myspace.com/susismaenner or www.trnd.com/tunes From London, The Datassette project is a series of electronic music recordings by J M Davies that reference the rise of 80's synthpop This is 'Hexagons'
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