Tuesday, May 5th, 2015- Echoes Program 1518B

Interview: Bing & Ruth.

There isn’t anyone named Bing or Ruth in the band called Bing & Ruth, and their sound is as mysterious as their name. Headed up by pianist David Moore they mix reed instruments, double double-basses, cello and delay electronics in a haunting, hypnotic ambient chamber music sound born from composed improvisation. Last year they released their album, Tomorrow Was the Golden Age, a title that is as enigmatic as their music, which is a child of Brian Eno, minimalism, Arvo Part and ambient jazz. They talk about their unusual and contemplative path.  


Tuesday May 5th
Echoes Program 1518B 


Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 
David Franklin 
Song for the Dreaming (with Michael Manring) 
0:06:00 
All India Radio 
Fall (2014 Remix) 
0:10:07 
Bluetech 
Skybox 
0:14:59 
Jacco Gardner 
Grey Lanes 
0:18:01 
Frankie Rose 
The Depths 
0:21:19 
Vessels 
Elliptic 
0:29:00 
break 

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 
An interview with Bing & Ruth 
0:39:31 
break 
0:40:01 
Bing & Ruth 
Police Police Police Police Police 
0:46:00 
Sufjan Stevens 
John My Beloved 
0:50:48 
Hammock 
I Could Hear the Water at the Edge of All Things 
0:56:14 
Debbie Wiseman 
Crows 
0:59:00 
break 

Third Half Hour

0:01:00 
Chandeen 
Cloudy Canyon 
0:06:00 
Erik Wollo 
Pathway 
0:12:00 
Kristin Hoffmann 
Elixir Field 
0:17:19 
Angel Olsen 
Windows 
0:21:16 
October Project 
Ariel 
0:24:20 
Popol Vuh 
Engel der Luft 
0:29:00 
break 

Fourth Half Hour

0:30:00 
Beck 
Wave 
0:33:21 
Jeff Oster 
Ibiza Sunrise 
0:37:11 
Cat Dowling 
The Well Runs Dry 
0:41:44 
break 
0:42:29 
Jesse Cook 
When Night Falls 
0:45:44 
Heather Woods Broderick 
A Call for Distance 
0:52:25 
Another Fine Day 
Naiad 

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