Muk one of post whatever band „Verslo Rizikos Rezervas” members brings fourth world problems on Daydreamers podcast. She was born at Kurukartusmikus country in 1969. Studied animal dance language with Ganesh and after studies joined Burkulukum monastery in Zarakuru province. 1984 was the biggest year in Muk music carrier, she was first women who use to play upside down head over big volcano with crying samurai and 3 flyings elephants. After traveling in Watrinuku jungle finally found her self and became other side of Pumpulini ancient god Furku Furku. Now ask yourself: What a hell we are talking about? Just press play. Thats it.

more info:
https://soundcloud.com/nekaltosaukos
https://www.facebook.com/VersloRizikosRezervas
http://digital-tsunami.org/portfolio/012-muk/

V.R.R. pristato jau kurį laiką radijo stotyse besisukantį Jaunimo vakarėlį, ekskliuzyviniam atsisiuntimui. Iš po savaitės išeisiančio EP. Sniegas ir skurdo spindesys vidury vasaros!

Some new, some old - all silver and gold. Second mix in the 4th world series. All turquoise pink, all in vinyl.
Take some time, a deep breath and enter an Euclidean garden of fractal lotuses and metal hummingbirds. A land of incredible beauty and contrast.

Recorded @ Jamaika Hostel

On the outside grows the furside, on the inside grows the skinside so the furside is the outside and the skinside is the inside

On the outside grows the furside, on the inside grows the skinside so the furside is the outside and the skinside is the inside

My first mix in the series. What John Hassell once named as ‘4th world music’ instantly put the missing pieces in my puzzle trying to describe and generalize a sort of music that inspires me in great quantities. Technology and industry meets authenticity and organica, forming a beautiful blend of contrasts. This comes from a world we’ve only dreamed of yet..

A forest of Lines - an installation of a forest inside the Sydney opera house by french artist P.Huyghe for Sydney’s bienal of 2008

A forest of Lines - an installation of a forest inside the Sydney opera house by french artist P.Huyghe for Sydney’s bienal of 2008

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