This week, we'll explore the many paths to spiritual enlightenment. It might come in a journey, a ritual of repetition or a chemical. Each method is personal. We'll begin in north Sweden where Jonas Tegenfeldt records as Hinkstep. This comes from his 'Sunrise From The Treetops' Electronic Music release. It's called 'So Beautiful So Strange'
Look for more Hinkstep at www.ektoplazm.com/2011/hinkstep-sunrise-from-the-treetops Here is Hungarian mix master Subroute Roots taking a turn at Garmisch's 'U Fine'
Find more from Garmisch at blocSonic.com and visit facebook/subrouteroots for more from this talented boardman. James Kirsch aka General Fuzz is a Burning Man Festival veteran making really catchy contemplative music. Here is 'The Gorge'
Check out more at www.generalfuzz.net Mudville vocalist Marilyn Carino takes a solo spin with 'King of the World'
Hear more from her 'Little Genius' release at www.marilyncarino.com From the Netherlands that was Scopes with one path as simple as a 'Glass Of Water'
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