This week, East meets West for a soft clash or happy mesh of global culture. It's the musical migration that may be our best hope toward understanding and acceptance of each other. Helping us along are DubDriver, Tokyo507, Omnisine, Mystic Village and Soma Sonic. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in Berlin with the Floating ethno-beats of Drummer/Producer Stefan Koran. This is 'Dotted Diary'
Look for more at www.dub-diver.com TOKYO507 is the trans-global collaboration of Mark Southeron and Hayden Turner based in Sydney and London. This is 'Eden
Find more of Mark and Hayden's work at www.myspace.com/tokyo507 We last heard from Mumbai's Omnisine on episode 37. Here is a taste of his sub-continental downtempo ft. Varsha with 'Mora Piya'
Paul Brown and Mike Canto continue with this earthy electronica as Mystic Village. Here is 'Fresh Dirt'
Hear more at www.mysticvillageemerge.com Ontario's Francois and Dominic Paterson close this episode with a cinematic bossa offered by Soma Sonic. It's 'Memories'
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.