Weekend, January 23 & 24, 2016-Echoes Program 1603A

Silencio's Lynchian Soundtracks

Imagine yourself in a smoke-filled bar, hazy saxophone billowing from the stage surrounded by surf guitar twang and centered by a drop-dead gorgeous singer seducing you into doing something bad. Could be a Raymond Chandler novel or in this case, a David Lynch film. With the revival of TV’s Twin Peaks in the air there couldn’t be a better time for a band like Silencio. Named for a theater in David Lynch’s film, “Mulholland Drive”, the Pittsburgh-based band plays music from Lynch films and Angelo Badalamenti’s scores for them. In fact, their two albums are called Music Inspired by the Works of David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti and She’s Bad: More Music Inspired by the Works of David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti. The band creates a film noir soundtrack that traverses atmospheric instrumentals, surf guitar grooves and sultry torch songs. We talk to founding members, Kirk Salopek and David Jamison and singer Dessa Poljak about their evocative and haunting sound.


Weekend, January 23 & 24
Echoes Program 1603A

Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 
Stringsongs 
Off the Cuff 
0:06:00 
French for Rabbits 
Spirits 
0:09:15 
Bill Frisell 
Pipeline 
0:16:09 
Yo La Tengo 
Naples 
0:18:48 
Farao 
Fragments 
0:21:47 
Michael Whalen 
For the Blue Dream of Sky 
0:29:00 
break 

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 
Interview: Silencio 
0:38:31 
break 
0:39:01 
Silencio 
She’s Bad 
0:43:25 
Sferix 
Exodus 
0:47:18 
Fine Animal
Lay Awake 
0:51:37 
Green Isac Orchestra 
Algebra 
0:59:00 
break 

Third Half Hour

0:01:00 
J. Anthony Allen 
Time Givers 
0:06:00 
Goldmund 
Traveling 
0:08:40 
Arstidir 
Silfurskin 
0:11:03 
Deborah Martin  
Metamorphic 
0:19:00 
Lana Del Rey 
Music to Watch Boys To 
0:23:40 
Chris Haugen 
Nautilus 
0:29:00 
break 

Fourth Half Hour

0:30:00 
Jah Wobble & Marconi Union 
Anomic 
0:35:59 
Monk Parker 
The Happy Hours 
0:41:15 
Beach House 
Majorette 
0:45:10 
break 
0:45:55 
HuDost 
Bismillah 
0:51:32 
Paul Adams 
Pastoral 


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  7 comments for “Weekend, January 23 & 24, 2016-Echoes Program 1603A

  1. Anonymous
    January 23, 2016 at 10:20 pm

    THE MUSIC LISTINGS ARE WAY TOO COMPLICATED,

  2. Claudia
    January 24, 2016 at 7:27 pm

    What was playing at 7:20pm est? There was a chorus that repeated “I like you a lot…” Please let me know!!! Thanks!

  3. Anonymous
    January 25, 2016 at 12:09 pm

    The above list did not correlate to the program played last night 01/24/2016 which is frustrating when trying to locate an artist.

    • echoes-web
      January 25, 2016 at 6:11 pm

      It’s often a bit tricky to know exactly which Echoes programs are being played on a Sunday. In most cases, if your local station is only airing Echoes for two hours on Sundays, the playlist that we publish here as “Echoes Weekend” will be accurate. It’s the program that we originally aired on the previous Monday, but some stations hold that show to play on Saturday or Sunday. If your station plays more than two hours, then hours 3 and 4 are probably the program that we originally aired on the previous Tuesday. Hours 5 and 6 are probably from Wednesday, and so on. Where it gets tricky is that some stations air Echoes on more than one weekend day, so if your local station runs Echoes on Friday and Saturday, or Saturday and Sunday, it’s harder to keep track of which programs are aired when. If you contact your local station, they may be able to tell you which Echoes programs they are airing in a particular weekend timeslot. They don’t always tell us! But in general, we encourage stations to run the programs labeled in our playlist section as Monday’s show, then Tuesday’s, then Wednesday’s, etc, in order, when they air Echoes on the weekends. So the first two hours each week should be from Monday, the next two hours from Tuesday, and so on, even when those hours are split over two days. Hope that helps clarify things!

  4. Anonymous
    January 25, 2016 at 1:38 pm

    how can you see Sunday January 24th playlist?

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