This week, we'll try to fathom the hidden world of Esotericism. It's a fool's errand; really, because the point is that certain things are kept by a narrow circle of the "enlightened" or "initiated" away from the rest of us.
The most obvious are in the government or religious arena but the idea cascades down to much smaller things like school or office politics. Holding the torch whilst we search the catacombs are the x-structure, Tang Kai, Dive Index, Sister Overdrive, Sekotis and Secret Archives of the Vatican. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in South Africa with Chill Out from the x-structure from their Doxology release with 'God And Man' There is much more at thexstructure.com. Mikael Fyrek and vocalist Jenny Tang Kai record simply as Tang Kai. Here is something from their 'Fly Away from This Place EP. It's called 'I Will Lead You Home'
Find more Tang Kai at archive.org/details/camomille067 From the 'The Surface We Divide' CD, here is Dive Index with 'Cut'
To download more go to www.memoryformat.net Sekotis is British musician Tom Stokes. Here is 'Littlefield'
That was Secret Archives of the Vatican with 'Secret Archive' Look to brokendrumrecords.com more secrets And you can download the complete Sekotis 'People in Grass Houses' cd for free at full-source.com/nosource/netlabel Also check out Vince's Secret Archives of the Vatican podcast at vincemillett.libsyn.com or follow the link from the Association of Music Podcasters website at musicpodcasting.org.
You can also find the complete archive of show notes, links to all the artists featured on the podcast over the years and lots of free streaming audio at idyllicmusic.com. You can download Idyllic Music directly to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch from iTunes. Look for links at idyllicmusic.com. Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.