Monday, March 2nd, 2015-Echoes Program 1509A

We welcome the return of Lanterna after nine years away.  Lanterna is helmed by guitarist Henry Frayne, formerly of Area and The Moon Seven Times.  As Lanterna, he makes a dreamy  yet propulsive ambient Americana based around his delay and reverb-drenched guitar lines ringing across an endless plain.   It’s an album of deep moods and driving themes from one of the most distinctively American guitarists around.  Lanterna’s Backyards was an easy choice for the March CD of the Month.

Monday March 2nd
Echoes Program 1509A
Start Time
Group Name
Song Name
Album Name
First Half Hour
0:01:00 
Fernwood 
The Pan Chaser 
0:06:00 
Lanterna 
Sicily 
0:11:50 
M83 
Soon My Friend 
0:14:46 
Rebekka Karijord 
Bandages 
0:19:46 
Kaki King 
Notes and Colors 
0:23:47 
Lanterna 
Monticello Farm 
0:29:00 
break 

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 
Lanterna 
Coastal Route 
0:35:48 
William Ryan Fritch 
Unholy Frames (featuring Origamibiro) 
0:39:59 
Balligomingo 
Letting Go 
0:45:13 
break 
0:45:58 
Lanterna 
Hollows 
0:49:25 
Olafur Arnalds 
So Close (with Arnor Dan) 
0:53:12 
7 and 5 
Cloudburst 
0:59:00 
break 

Third Half Hour

0:01:00 
Sherry Finzer 
Beyond the Dream 
0:06:00 
Lanterna 
Island Lake 
0:10:34 
Laki Mera 
Red Streak/Cut Sky 
0:14:30 
Massive Attack 
Protection  
0:22:03 
Dave Bessell 
Mirror’s Edge 
0:29:00 
break 

Fourth Half Hour

0:30:00 
Rodrigo Y Gabriella 
The Soundmaker 
0:34:43 
Whitehorse 
Sweet Disaster 
0:38:10 
Bat Manors 
Manifest Destiny 
0:42:28 
Lanterna 
Resigned 
0:46:28 
break 
0:47:13 
Lanterna 
Verdant 
0:51:53 
Merry Ellen Kirk 
Let It Find You 
0:56:13 
Carl Weingarten 
I Remember Summer 

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  2 comments for “Monday, March 2nd, 2015-Echoes Program 1509A

  1. Joe
    March 8, 2015 at 11:54 pm

    Great set of music tonight. Echoes is my Sunday night music. Has been for years. Have you ever played music from Lights Out Asia? Terrific band from Milwaukee, WS. Perhaps you can feature some of their stuff one day on the program

    • March 9, 2015 at 8:48 am

      Thanks. I agree. We’ve played Lights out Asia many times and we really love their music. We interviewed them on the show several years ago. You can catch that in the Echoes Podcast on iTunes.

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