This week we’ll look at our tricky relationship with darkness and light. Light shows what is apparent and actual. We see things for what they transparently are but in the darkness all things are possible. It’s where we keep our anxiety, fears and desires. It allows us to keep secrets. Darkness does not judge. On this episode of Idyllic Music we’ll look at the spectrum with Secret Archives of the Vatican, Broke for Free, Plurabelle, Love Spirals, Neutrix and Revolution Void. I’m Jim Nye. We’ll start out with the transglobal breakbeat dub science of the Secret Archives of the Vatican. Making their fifth appearance on Idyllic Music. This is ‘Mishti Dub’.
That was Santa Cruz, CA based producer Tom Cascino recording as Broke For Free and ‘As Colorful as Ever’ He has lots of free tracks at Broke for Free Look for all the Secret Archives of the Vatican at Broken Drum Records and Bandcamp Up next is Bucharest-based DJ Alex Bala. From Plurabelle’s ‘Money, Blood and Light’ release. Here is ‘Wallflower’
That was ‘Dark Night of the Soul’ from Anji and Ryan Lum’s longtime project Love Spirals. It’s from their ‘Life Goes On’ release. Find it at Love Spirals And look for more layered electronica from Plurabelle at freemusicarchive.org. This is French producer Neutrix with ‘20th Century Vicious Circle’
That was the electronic breakbeat jazz of producer and pianist Jonah Dempcy recording as Revolution Void and ‘Double The Daily Dose’ You’ll many more from Jonah at Free Music Archive Look for a complete archive of podcasts, show notes and links to the bands at idyllicmusic.com.
Thanks for listening. I’m Jim Nye.