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are music streams that travel the Echoes soundwaves, and sometimes
venture further afield. You won't have John's mellifluous hosting, but
we hope you'll enjoy these musical journeys.
Three hours - plus - of
Progressive Rock old and new. Featuring UK, Renaissance,
Eloy, King Crimson,
Emerson Lake and Palmer, Yes,
Riverside, Porcupine Tree,
and many more Prog Rock greats.
three-hour trip through deeply contemplative music, shifting between
spacy drift and subtle rhythms. Steve Roach, Cluster, Rena Jones, Erik
Wollo and many more of your Echoes favorites, in a non-narrated
three hours of uninterrupted music arising from guitar strings:
plucked, hammered and strummed. We'll hear Leo Kottke, John Fahey, Alex
DeGrassi, Forastiere, John McLaughlin and many more amazing
practitioners of string theories.
An Exclusive Living Room Concert
bonus track by
Broekhuis, Keller and Schönwälder, only for Echoes OnlIne Subscribers.
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An exclusive Living Room Concert for Echoes OnLine
Tentacles recently came into the Echoes living room to play a live set
for Echoes. After their chilled-out set for broadcast on-air, they
played a second, fully-energized half-hour for Echoes OnLine listeners
Dreaming Hidden Dreams
down the musical subconscious, spanning White Noise’s “Your Hidden
Dreams” from 1968 to M83’s “Hurry Up We’re Dreaming” from 2011. In
between, drift down some of the new music in the Echoes soundscape,
combining choice oldies by The Rolling Stones, (you KNOW what track it
is) and new sounds from Mark Dwane, Sigur Ros and Falling You.
A propulsive slipstream of music
that starts with Vic Hennegan’s “Vortex,” ends with Ian
Boddy & Parallel World’s “Soliloquy” with stops at Indian
fusion, Middle Eastern lullabies, ethno techno hymns and even a lament
for the machines from Gary Numan. Three hours
of non-stop music.
Endless Summer Stars
hours of music for staring at the nighttime sky, featuring classic
space music from Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze, modern electronica
dreams by Motionfield, and Invisible Allies
Lazy Summer Drift
three-hour excursion which taps a bit of the singer-songwriter side of
Echoes along with new music by Steve Roach, Pat Metheny, Jeffrey
Koepper and Loreena McKennitt.
Two Hours of drifty,
spacy guitar music, featuring Steve Hillage, David Gilmour, Robin
Guthrie and many more.
We Move Lightly:
Two hours of eclectic sounds.
on an ambient chamber music piece by Dustin O'Halloran, it includes
fellow ambient chamber artist Ólafur Arnalds as well as the dream pop
of Caroline and Lia Ices, a classic of quaint electronics by Cluster
and an unlikely cover of King Crimson's "Matte Kudasai."