Weekend September 27th & 28th-Echoes Program 1439A

Interview: Thus Owls
Thus Owls is a Canadian-Swedish group fronted by singer Erika Angell and her husband, guitarist Simon Angell. They talk about their meeting and the tales they spin of an ancient Swedish island village on their album, Turning Rocks.

Weekend September 27th & 28th
Echoes Program 1439A
Start Time Group Name Song Name Album Name
First Half Hour
0:01:00 Beck Morning  Morning Phase
0:06:00 Amatorski Deer the Wood From Clay to Figures
0:09:57 Ben Cosgrove Montreal Song  Field Studies
0:14:31 Ceredwen Teyrnas Y Ser  O’r Mabinogi
0:20:04 Hans Christian Tashina’s Fire  Hidden Treasures CD Baby
0:29:00 break  
Second Half Hour
0:30:00 Interview: Thus Owls
0:38:46 break  
0:39:01 Thus Owls How In My Bones  Turning Rocks
0:43:40 Elbow Colour Fields  The Take Off and Landing of Everything
0:47:16 Carl Weingarten Western Overnight Life Under Stars CD Baby
0:51:58 David Pritchard A Guinga  Among the Missing
0:59:00 break  
Third Half Hour
0:01:00 Mark Dwane Transhuman Nature  The Singularity
0:06:00 Andi Starr Hold Me Now
0:09:56 Deepernet Aether  Impossible Landscape
0:16:34 Owen Pallett Song for Five and Six  In Conflict
0:21:03 Me’Shell Ndegeocello Good Day Bad  Come Come to Me
0:25:08 Erik Scott Weightless And the Earth Bleeds CD Baby
0:29:00 break  
Fourth Half Hour
0:30:00 Bluetech Somatic Serenade  Cosmic Dubs
0:37:32 Donna De Lory Glow  Sky is Open CD Baby
0:44:11 break  
0:44:56 Tom Kerstens/G Plus Ensemble Iliac Crest  Utopia
0:51:15 Dan Croll Sweet Disarray  Sweet Disarray
0:54:31 Reuben and the Dark Bow and Arrow  Funeral Sky