Tuesday, September 13th, 2016-Echoes Program 1637B

Life, Death & Walmart with Hannah Georgas

Hannah Georgas started out as kind of a very peppy pop artist, but now she’s gotten a bit more introspective and intimate recently. She has a wonderful new album called For Evelyn, named for her grandmother. It’s a launching point for themes of identity and mortality. Georgas has created a sound that’s part Depeche Mode and is helped in production by Graham Walsh of electronic anarchists, Holy Fuck

 

Tuesday, September 13th
Echoes Program 1637B

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
The Flir
Again
0:06:00
Lisa Hannigan
Lo
0:09:45
Tor
Two Suns
0:14:04
Corbu
Branches
0:20:13
Ray LaMontagne
Part Two: Another Day
0:23:15
Bruno Bavota
Mountains
0:29:00
break-The American Dollar
Flood (excerpt)

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
Interview: Hannah Georgas
0:39:30
break
0:40:00
Hannah Georgas
Walls
0:44:26
Starr Parodi
The Heart of Frida
0:48:32
Marian Hill
Same Thing
0:53:10
Chad Lawson
Chorale No.81 Christus der un
0:59:00
break-David Arkenstone
Gargouille (excerpt)

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
All India Radio
Dark Star
1:06:00
Bill Wren
Road to Chiang Mai
1:09:22
Silvia Nakkach
Liminal Clouds
1:14;29
Genevieve Walker
Still Meadow
1:17:27
Steve Tibbetts
Drawing Down the Moon
1:22:02
Mutual Benefit
Getting Gone
1:29:30
break-Blow Up Hollywood
Adrift (excerpt)

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Stranger Things (extended)
1:34:55
Just a Gent
Rolling Dice (featuring Ella Vos & Joey Chavez)
1:39:36
Radiohead
Desert Island Disc
1:43:13
Christopher Tignor
We Keep This Flame
1:46:26
break
1:47:10
Nouvelle Vague
Athol Brose
1:51:32
Skuli Sverrisson
Her Looking Back

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