Tuesday, September 19 - Interview: The Greatest Hoax

Performing as The Greatest Hoax, Washington, D.C.-based composer Taylor Jordan has created a conceptual album of ambient chamber music called Expiration Compositions. It’s a recording of melancholy expanses contemplating death, that avoids being morose or macabre.

Wednesday, September 20 - Interview: Jim Ottaway

Jim Ottaway lives on the Gold Coast of Australia and his music heads into the oceans of space. He’s an electronic musician who came to it late in life but he’s making up for lost time with two dozen albums in the last decade.

Friday, September 22 - Slow Flow Friday

On a Slow Flow Echoes it’s new music by Radium 88 from the album, Perpetual Emotion Machine. We’ll also hear Dungen off their album, Haxan Versions by Prins Thomas.

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Monday, September 25, 2017-Echoes Program 1739A

Head into space on the next Echoes when we talk to Quindar, the electronic duo of art historian James Merle Thomas and Wilco keyboard player Mikael Jorgensen. They use the sounds of NASA to create the electronic moods of their debut album Hip-Mobility.

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