Idyllic Music Podcast features songs by independent downtempo electronic music artists. Electronic Music can be played on digital instruments or use sampled analog recordings or studio manipulation to create new sounds. Downtempo means the songs are not hurried or frantic, instead they unfold. You will hear a variety of rhythms and musical styles from around the world. They include Trip Hop, Chill-Out, Jazz, Dub, Lounge and Ambient. The music is melodic and subtle on the Idyllic Music Podcast. All our podcasts are evergreen, undated and universal. We try to offer programs you are unlikely to hear anywhere else.
This week we’ll look at our tricky relationship with darkness and light. Light shows what is apparent and actual. We see things for what they transparently are but in the darkness all things are possible. It’s where we keep our anxiety, fears and desires. It allows us to keep secrets. Darkness does not judge. On this episode of Idyllic Music we’ll look at the spectrum with Secret Archives of the Vatican, Broke for Free, Plurabelle, Love Spirals, Neutrix and Revolution Void. I’m Jim Nye. We’ll start out with the transglobal breakbeat dub science of the Secret Archives of the Vatican. Making their fifth appearance on Idyllic Music. This is ‘Mishti Dub’.
What is 'Electronica'? It describes ”electronic music styles intended not just for dancing but also concentrated listening". More broadly, it is Chill-Out Music. Headphone electronica is created by indie musicians working with twenty first century tools. These independent artists create, edit and sometimes perform their work using modern tech. It's a new 'Folk Art' crafted by artists making professional quality chilled music for the digital age. Musicians getting little support or interference from mainstream record labels. Idyllic Music Podcast features songs by these artists. I’m sure you will agree the talent is astounding.