Program Highlights

Weekend, April 1st & 2nd 2017

On the next Echoes, a band called From Indian Lakes comes in to play their intimate dreampop live. Their latest album is called Everything Feels Better Now Then Morton Subotnick talks about the early days of electronic music.

Friday March 31st, 2017

On a Slow Flow Echoes, it’s new music by George Winston. The acclaimed pianist returns with a new album called Spring Carousel. We’ll also hear new music by guitarist Adam Werner from his album, Deep.

Thursday March 30th, 2017

Coming up on Echoes music from the Arab underground when we hear Yasmine Hamdan and her new album Al Jamilat (The Beautiful Ones). We’ll also hear new music from Clannad’s Moya Brennan and her album, Canvas.

Wednesday March 29th, 2017

On the next Echoes it’s Nordic Dreams. From Sigur Ros to Agnes Obel, Erik Wøllo to Ane Brun we’ll hear the sound coming out of Scandinavian musicians that seems to emerge from the other side of consciousness.

Tuesday March 28th, 2017

Morton Subotnick was a pioneer of electronic music. His 1967 album, Silver Apples of the Moon signaled a new way of making music that only used electronics. He talks about the early days of electronic music on Echoes.

Weekend March 25 & 26, 2017

Vernal Equinox

We celebrate the turning of the seasons and the skies with an Echoes Vernal Quinox. Then Will Romano talks about his book, “Close to the Edge: How Yes’s Masterpiece Defined Prog Rock.”