This week, we'll look at the final day. It's something we all have in common. The fact that everyone of us will die. To some it's simply a transition from one world to another. While others see it as the moment our atoms are dispersed back into the universe.
How we choose to approach the final day defines almost everything we do in all the days that precede it. We'll begin in northwestern Russia, not too far from the border with Finland where Alexandr Velikoselsky patches together bits of found sound for live shows under the moniker Cycle Hiccups. Here is the Jazzy 'Rainy Day Renegade'
. Listen for more at myspace.com/cyclehiccups Munich's Markus Dolic records dub as Nulleins. It's 'Another day'
Find many more Creative Commons tracks at www.thinner.cc Here is another track from Mumbia's Omnisine called 'Over'
Download more at www.soundclick.com/omnisine Lithuanian drum and bass producer Kiri Nami finds all is 'Wind'
That was part of a compilation found at www.archive.org/details/ronincollective015 From Detroit Matt Borghi and Michael Kirson-Goldapper team up as Kosik. This is 'Signals'
Download a live set at www.archive.org/details/KOSIK_Plastic_Piano We'll close with Rs3 'I am the fallen' This podcast can be heard in more than 100 countries. You can subscribe and hear more episodes of Idyllic Music at Listen Notes.
Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.