Weekend June 17 & 18, 2017-Echoes Program 1724A

Interview with Lebanese singer Yasmine Hamdan.

Yasmine Hamdan is Beirut born and electronic bred. The singer has been creating a unique brand of Arab electronica, mixing middle eastern dialects and modalities into synthesizer strewn arrangements, all surrounding her full-throated voice intoning tales of turmoil both personal and political. Her latest album, Al Jamilat (The Beautiful Ones) mixes her passion for early Arabic music and electronic pop into a sensual and passionate album. She talks about her nomadic life and Lebanese taxi drivers.

 

Weekend June 17 & 18
Echoes Program 1724A

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Ulrich Schnauss
Her and the Sea
0:06:00
Yaima
May You Open
0:11:22
Falling You
Brooklyn Holiday (featuring Erica Mulkey & Unwoman)
0:18:36
King Crimson
Sheltering Sky
0:29:00
Break – Aerosol
Airborne (excerpt)

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
Interview: Yasmine Hamdan


0:39:30
break


0:40:00
Yasmine Hamdan
Iza
0:44:13
Nym
Eye Shine
0:49:28
break: The Beatles
Within You Without You/Tomorrow Never Knows (Love Remix-excerpt)
0:51:40
Cigarettes After Sex
Apocalypse
0:59:00
break-Cliff Martinez
Pretend It’s a Video Game (excerpt)

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Oceans Are Zeroes
Inside
1:06:00
Lazerhawk
A Hero’s Journey
1:11:55
Goldfrapp
Moon in Your Mouth
1:15:43
Tim Story
A Broken Alphabet
1:19:10
Lola Marsh
The Wind
1:21:51
Becca Stevens
Harbour Hawk
1:29:30
break-David Arkenstone
Tunnels (excerpt)

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
Smoke Fairies
Feel it Coming Near
1:34:51
Beach House
Chariot
1:40:00
Quindar
Wembley
1:43:40
break


1:44:25
Lera Lynn
Run the Night
1:48:17
Silencio
She’s Bad – Live on Echoes
1:52:11
The Greatest Hoax
You Never Learned a Thing

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