This week, we'll look at human weakness. Whether physical, emotional or spiritual, we all make blunders and mistakes. It's what we do afterward that counts. We'll hear from five artists who realize this and take the next step toward growth and healing. We'll begin with something new from a band we last heard from on Episode 103. Here are the Peach Stealing Monkeys. It's called 'Addiction'
Hear more Downtempo at www.peachstealingmonkeys.com From Boise, Patrick Benolkin creates eerie Ambient Electronica as Electricwest. From the 'Divine de Vice' release. Here is Gabriel's mix of 'Bruises'
Look for more at www.myspace.com/electricwest German singer Julia Kotowski finds beauty in regret and retrospection as Entertainment for the Braindead. This is from her brilliant 'Hydrophobia' CD. Here is 'Fences'
Download the complete album at entertainmentforthebraindead.com French beatist Picou is next with 'Nitar'
Find more at be.electrobel.org We'll close with Chicago-based produced Dep from his new 'nothing to undo : nothing to redo' CD. It's 'Found in Translation'
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.