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Echoes Top 25 for November 2015

It’s another amazing month of music at Echoes with Kevin Keller’s magnificent CD of the Month, La Strada, leading the Echoes Top 25 for November. But check out some of the others like the #2 album, a wonderful collection of melodic electronics called Autumn Time Volume 3.

The Best of Echoes 2015 Poll

Echoes listeners are now voting in the Best of Echoes 2015 Poll. They are picking their 10 favorite albums heard on Echoes in 2015 and they’ll be tabulated into the Echoes Top 25 Albums for 2015

Echoes Top 25 for October 2015

The Ambient chamber music of our CD of the Month, Slow Meadow, leads the Echoes Top 25 for October followed by the powerful dreampop of The Mynabirds and the sultry orchestral pop of Lana Del Rey.

Echoes Top 25 for September 2015

Hans Christian - Nanda Devi

Hans Christian’s Nanda Devi, the CD of the Month, leads the Echoes Top 25 for September. He’s followed closely by Silencio, Arstidir, and Briana Marela, all of whom played live on Echoes this month.

Echoes Top 25 for August 2015

The Echoes Top 25 for August finds Jesse Cook’s CD of the Month at the top, followed by July’s CD pick, Heather Woods Broderick’s Glider. Look at the bottom and you’ll see next month’s #1 album, our September CD of the Month, Hans Christian’s Nanda Devi.

Echoes Top 25 for July 2015

It’s an eclectic Echoes Top 25 for July with Heather Woods Broderick’s gorgeous album, Glider, our CD of the Month, at the top. Jean-Michel Jarre’s E-Project is also there and that album doesn’t even come out until October. I’m very excited to see Silencio in there at #3. This band includes former members of The Mandrake Project out of Pittsburgh. With Silencio, they create music inspired by director David Lynch and composer Angelo Badalamenti of Twin Peaks and other fame. Go down to #10 and you’ll see our Echoes CD of the Month for August, sure to be the future number one album.

The Best of 2015…So Far

Robert Rich-Filaments

We pick the Best Echoes CDs of the Year at the halfway point. John Diliberto then runs them down from #25 to number 1. It begins with a band we’ve never heard of before and ends with an Icon of Echoes. We’ll hear from artists who put out signature releases, others reaching for ambitious highs and still others reflecting on very long careers.