Monday, April 15 - Interview: Roger Eno

Composer Roger Eno is one of the pioneers of Ambient Chamber music. But recently, his music has become more neo-classical with albums on Deutsche Grammophon. We talk to him on Echoes.

Tuesday, April 16 - New Music

The Medieval electronics of Qntal. This brilliant German group, fronted by vocalist Sigrid Hausen, turns medieval texts into electronica songs that seem to come from a cosmic cathedral.

Wednesday, April 17 - New Music

We’ll hear from two very different singers: One is the sultry pillow talk sound of Cigarettes After Sex from a new single. The other is Shekina Rose, a new age singer channeling the spirits.

Thursday, April 18 - New Music

Music from Khruangbin, the trio who straddles the line between psychedelic, slow jam R&B and trance music. They have a new album called A La Sala. We’ll hear that and Julia Holter.

Friday, April 19 - Slow Flow Echoes

New music from Kenneth Hooper who plays Native American flute and we'll go back to Chronos, an epic 1984 IMAX soundtrack by Michael Stearns that was reissued last year.

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