This week we'll look at points in time that determine an endless series of possibilities. Paths that diverge then meander back and cross again. The future may be unwritten but which future. Presenting their respective cases are Motionfield, Ecovillage, SAHR, Peach Stealing Monkeys, Waverider and Gabriel. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin with two Scandinavian offerings. Motionfield is musician and sound designer Petter Friberg. His latest CD is called 'Movements'
Find more Motionfield at www.stadtgruenlabel.net Here is the remarkable Swedish band Ecovillage with 'Rays of a Thousand Summers''
Hear more of their warm sounds at www.myspace.com/ecovillagemusic Ukrainian quartet SAHR plays reflective, cerebral instrumental music. Here is 'Oblast Nigde'
Find more SAHR at www.archive.org. From their The Missing Link Of Lo Fi release here are Peach Stealing Monkeys featuring the Holidayesque vocals of Christine Lunaire and 'The Joy Is Gone
There is much more to discover at www.peachstealingmonkeys.com Montreal's Waverider make a return to Idyllic Music with 'The Midnight Dub'
Find more of François' dreadful sounds at www.soundclick.com/waverider This is Gabriel and 'Passin You By'
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.