This week, we'll look at Angels and derivations, warnings and votaries. These nine artists are unafraid the bare the unvarnished, emblazon their influences and balance the devilish with the angelic. Some of the tracks are complete others remain ideas to be fleshed out but all compel. We'll hear from J.S. Marti, Idyllic, Will Kriski, Tronic Koi, Scarlet Hideout, Half Past Sun, The Flavor Foundation, One Blue Nine and Jardín Solar. I'm Jim Nye
We first heard J.S.Marti on the Association of Music Podcasting music digest AMPed a few weeks back and haven't been able to shake this song loose. It is simply called 'Angels'
That was Idyllic and 'Waking (in an Angel's Bed) Checkout downloads at idyllicmusic.com and www.myspace.com/jsmartimusic Here is Will Kriski with 'Zanzibar in Dub'
That was Scarlet Hideout with 'Herbivores' Find more at www.archive.org/details/LOKW-002 and Tronic Koi's 'heaven or the kingdom of god' at virb.com/kristellar and finally 'Zanzibar in Dub' at www.willkriski.com Here is Half Past Sun channeling Eno and Wire with 'Don't Get Too Close'
That was The Flavor Foundation with Masala look for the link at Idllicmusic.com also T.K. Major's Humbert Humbert plea as One Blue Nine and "Rachel, Tell Me No at www.onebluenine.com and Visit halfpastsun.bandcamp.com Jardín Solar sports many of their 80's influences out front with 'Todavía Temprano'
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.