This week, we'll look for the lost, the secret, the rushed and hypnotic with the help of four bands who have made distinctive contributions to independent music in their home countries. They are Bluba Lu, Kalahari Surfers, QuiOui and Volfoniq. I'm Jim Nye.
Bluba Lu is one of the oldest existing underground groups in Bulgaria. Listen for vocalist Roni Popova's World Melancholy on 'Lost Song'
Find their sophisticated orchestral mix of Eastern European influence and trippy beats at www.blubalu.net We last heard from Warrick Sony's Kalahari Surfers back of Episode 51. This is 'The Secrecy of Science'
There is much more at www.africandope.co.za Here is Belgian quartet QuiOui with a deceptively trick track called 'Rushes'
Find much more at www.myspace.com/quioui From France comes Volfoniq. It's 'Hypno Dub'
Hear more of their electro Dub stylings at www.volfoniq.com Most of those who appear on Idyllic Music Podcast are unsigned, unaffiliated DIY electronic music artists. help support many of the artists you hear on Idyllic Music by buying a song or CD from them.
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.