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Bringing together a wide array of styles --from acoustic to electronic, jazz to space music, the avant-garde to rock. The sound that is cross-cultural and trans-millennial, merging cultures and forms, technology and tradition, the ancient past and the possible future.

Bringing together a wide array of styles --from acoustic to electronic, jazz to space music, the avant-garde to rock. The sound that is cross-cultural and trans-millennial, merging cultures and forms, technology and tradition, the ancient past and the possible future.
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Eagle, PA

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PRI

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Bringing together a wide array of styles --from acoustic to electronic, jazz to space music, the avant-garde to rock. The sound that is cross-cultural and trans-millennial, merging cultures and forms, technology and tradition, the ancient past and the possible future.

Language:

English


Episodes

The Greatest Hoax & Death in Echoes Podcast - Interview Podcast – Echoes

9/22/2017
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The Greatest Hoax is both a political statement, a commentary on life and death, and beautiful ambient chamber music. Hear Taylor Jordan talk about the soundtrack of dying in Echoes Podcast.

Duration: 00:11:15


Wilsen Dreams and Talks in Echoes Podcast - Interview Podcast – Echoes

9/14/2017
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Tamsin Wilson, the namesake of her group, Wilsen with an “e” talks about dust and centipedes and her June CD of the Month, I Go Missing In My Sleep in the Echoes Podcast.

Duration: 00:12:51


Echoes Podcast: Mystic Journey’s Kingdom of Mountains - Interview Podcast – Echoes

9/7/2017
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In the Echoes Podcast, we take you inside The September CD of the Month, Mystic Journey's Kingdom of Mountains featuring flutist Suzanne Teng and percussionist Gilbert Levy

Duration: 00:10:05


Nights and Weekends in Echoes Podcast - Interview Podcast – Echoes

8/31/2017
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In the Echoes Podcast we go into a musical marriage counselling session with Daron and Jenny Hollowell. They are Nights and weekends and they have a new album called Music for Marriage. As you'll hear in this interview, it's not music for setting the mood.

Duration: 00:10:11


Terje Rypdal Interview in Echoes Podcast - Interview Podcast – Echoes

8/24/2017
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Guitarist Terje Rypdal is an incendiary and influential figure among electric guitarists. Recording for ECM records since 1971, he's blazed a trail noted for his tone bending colors and free improvisation. We celebrate his 70th birthday in the Echoes Podcast.

Duration: 00:09:57


Interview with Yaima - Interview Podcast – Echoes

8/18/2017
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Echoes interviews Pepper Proud and Masaru Higasa of New Age band, Yaima. We discuss Timothy Leary, transformational festivals, new album OvO, and sensory deprivation tanks.

Duration: 00:11:14


Falling You Interview – Echoes - Interview Podcast – Echoes

8/10/2017
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Falling You’s Shine features many talented contributors as vocalists and lyricists. Instrumentalist John Zorko and two vocalists, Anji Lum and Danielle Colbeck, discuss thematic lyrics, influences, and gongs.

Duration: 00:11:47


Echoes Podcast: Nym - Interview Podcast – Echoes

7/20/2017
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Nym is the recording persona of Lewis Scaife and he is creating a music born of the world, but turned into a surreal one of audio illusions. He recently released his album, Lilac Chaser.

Duration: 00:11:04


Echoes Podcast: Best of Echoes 2017. . .So Far - Interview Podcast – Echoes

6/30/2017
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Echoes John Diliberto takes a closer look at 8 albums from across The Best of Echoes 2017, So Far Top 25. It reveals the breadth of the list from dreampop to electronic to solo piano and more.

Duration: 00:18:51


Echoes Podcast: Johan Agebjörn and Mikael Ögren - Interview Podcast – Echoes

6/23/2017
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Johan Agebjörn is a psychologist. Mikael Ögren is a priest in the Swedish Church. But they sit at an electronic altar and explore synthesizer psychology in the Echoes Podcast.

Duration: 00:10:50


Echoes feature - John Luttrell

8/14/2014
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John Luttrell is a journeyman musician who grew up on Progressive Rock music. He’s been recording since 2000 and has just released an ambitious new album of guitar and keyboard orchestrations called The Dream Exchange. Luttrell talks about dreams, guitars and a journey from Venezuela to Orange County.

Duration: 00:08:39


Echoes feature - Jon Hassell

8/7/2014
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Jon Hassell's trumpet is one of the most distinct sounds in music, a breathy whisper magnified by harmonizers and other processing into a smooth chordal glissando. It’s been heard on records by Peter Gabriel, Ry Cooder and Talking Heads and he’s released a string of inventive albums on his own, including the influential Fourth World Volume 1: Possible Musics, with Brian Eno. In 1990, he put out the powerful album, City: Works Of Fiction, a sign-post in what came to be known as techno-tribal...

Duration: 00:08:26


Echoes feature - Kaya Project

7/31/2014
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Kaya Project is the Ethno-Techo outlet for Seb Taylor who also records as Hibernation, Shakta and Angel Tears. He has released a new album called Firedance that ups the rhythmic ante in a frenzy of darbuka grooves and seductive melodies. Seb Taylor and singer Irina Mikhailova talk about Kaya Project's latest excursion into ecstasy

Duration: 00:09:04


Echoes feature - Ceiri Torjussen

7/24/2014
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Ceiri Torjussen is a Welsh-born, classically-trained composer with jazz inclinations, who has recorded an electronic ambient score for the movie Test. Torjussen’s soundtrack uses classic 70s and 80s synthesizer sounds to create an atmosphere that echoes Brian Eno, Philip Glass and Depeche Mode.

Duration: 00:10:12


Echoes feature - William Orbit

7/17/2014
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Electronic provocateur William Orbit has crafted electronic hits for Madonna and Britney Spears, but on his own he creates quirky, often profound, electronic songs. He's just released the fifth volume of his Strange Cargo series and also a symphonic work. They're only available for on-line streaming via Soundcloud. We talk to the peripatetic artist about the joy of sound.

Duration: 00:10:07


Echoes feature - Richard Leo Johnson

7/10/2014
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Richard Leo Johnson is an idiosyncratic guitarist who pushed the limits of Michael Hedges-style extended technique. He then went completely out-there with an Americana music of the imagination. His new album, Celeste, posits the idea of an alien abduction of once of his characters, the hobo-musician Vernon McAlister. To realize his fantasy vision, Johnson plays a one of a kind acoustic-Theremin guitar built for Martin Guitars.

Duration: 00:08:44


Echoes feature - Carl Weingarten

7/3/2014
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From ambient guitar to dobro, Carl Weingarten has fused his own musical path over the last 30 years. He talks about his travelogue of Americana, ambient and electric jazz on Life Under Stars.

Duration: 00:09:39


Echoes feature - Brian Reitzell

6/26/2014
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Brian Reitzell is the music supervisor for films by director Sofia Coppola and he composes original music for TV shows such as Boss and Hannibal. Now he has a new solo album that pays homage to 1970s Krautrock called Auto Music.

Duration: 00:09:09


Echoes feature - Lyla Foy

6/19/2014
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We first met Lyla Foy in 2013 when she was recording under the guise of Wall. We were seduced by the austere, yet atmospheric songs of her EP Shoestrings, which touched a deep and resonant chord of melancholy and beauty. Now she's recording under her own name and has released a full-length album on the Sub Pop label.

Duration: 00:08:21


Echoes feature - S Carey

6/12/2014
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Sean Carey has created an album of transcendent repose called Range of Light that uses naturalistic metaphors inspired by John Muir to talk about themes of love and family. He talks about it on Echoes.

Duration: 00:09:12

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