Monday, January 11th, 2016-Echoes Program 1602A

From Academics to Ambience with J. Anthony Allen.

You don’t usually find academic composers making music that you might find on a dance floor or in a chillout room, but J. Anthony Allen breaks that convention. He’s had compositions performed by the Minnesota Orchestra abut unlike most academic composers who enter contemporary pop derived worlds, his music actually sounds like it belongs next to Bassnectar or Aphex Twin. J. Anthony Allen talks about his kinetic music and latest album, Anascorcia.


Monday, January 11th
Echoes Program 1602A

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 
Your Friend 
Gumption 
0:06:00 
Oh Wonder 
Technicolor Beat 
0:08:53 
Joe Kraemer 
Life’s a Beach 
0:11:54 
Brooke Wagoner 
Fink 
0:14:11 
George Wallace 
Future/Now 
Light Music 
0:21:14 
The Doors 
End of the Night 
0:23:59 
Dave Preston 
A Deep Sigh 
0:29:00 
break 

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 
Interview: J. Anthony Allen 
0:39:31 
break 
0:40:01 
J. Anthony Allen 
Circadian 
0:46:23 
The Mynabirds 
Hanged Man 
0:51:43 
French for Rabbits 
Feathers and Dreams 
0:55:11 
Marcelo Zarvos 
Oscar’s Call 
0:59:00 
break 

Third Half Hour

0:01:00 
Tim Farrell 
Across the Northlands 
0:06:00 
Mandrax 
Melting 
0:12:25 
Robot Koch 
Dreams (featuring Stephen Henderson) 
0:16:18 
Scott Cossu 
Gwenlaise 
0:20:45 
Kristin Hoffmann 
Let Go 
0:24:54 
Alela Diane 
How Can We Hang Onto a Dream 
0:29:00 
break 

Fourth Half Hour

0:30:00 
Enya 
Even in the Shadows 
0:34:06 
Maia Vidal 
The Tide 
0:36:57 
Glint 
On the Go 
0:43:08 
break 
0:43:53 
Pink Floyd 
Surfacing 
0:46:32 
The Chemical Brothers 
Wide Open (featuring Beck) By the Light of the Moon remix 
0:51:12 
Suns of Arqa 
Mother Tongue (Total Eclipse Remix) 

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