This week, we'll look at enormity and scale. Whether it's astrophysical or personal, size and distance is often difficult to gauge. Everyone has seen artist renderings of the solar system depicting the sun and planets but the scale of those drawing can't begin to reflect the actual distance between those satellites.
The same is true with opinions and feelings. Often we feel so distant when in fact we share much more in common with each other than not. Other times not so much. Offering a guide this week are Blisaed, Bersarin Quartett, God Is An Astronaut, Kesakoo and Messian Dread. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in San Diego with Matthew Centonze recording as Blisaed. This is 'Cold'
Look for more at www.myspace.com/blisaed We turn now to Germany's Bersarin Quartett with 'Mehr Als Alles Andere', a track translated roughly as 'more than everything else'.
Find free downloads at myspace.com/bersarinquartett' From the The Silent Ballet webzine: Volume II compilation it's Irish etherealist giants God Is An Astronaut with 'Tempus Horizon'
Explore www.godisanastronaut.com for more. Here is kesakoo's mix of Calender Girl's 'September' Check out his other work at hwww.myspace.com/kesakooelectra We'll close with Christafarian Dubmaster Messian Dread in the 'House Of Dub'
All things dreadful can be found at dubroom.org This podcast can be heard in more than 100 countries. You can subscribe and hear more episodes of Idyllic Music at Listen Notes.
Help support many of the artists you hear on Idyllic Music by buying a song or CD from them. And look for all 4 Volumes of The Idyllic Music iMix.Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.