Monday, October 17th, 2016-Echoes Program 1642A

Interview with John Mills-Cockell’s Syrinx


Syrinx was an obscure Canadian band making an electronic space music a few years before Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze’s seminal works. They released to albums in 1970 and 1971 and then faded away. But now those records have been unearthed and packaged as a collection called Tumblers from the Vault. John Mill-Cockell talks about his psychedelic electronic odyssey.

 

Monday, October 17th
Echoes Program 1642A

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Manual
Awash
0:06:00
Paul Haslinger
Reverse Engineering
0:08:14
Tycho
Epoch
0:13:54
Christian Loffler
Lid
0:18:55
Sin Fang
I Want You to Know
0:22:23
Morgan Delt
Some Sunsick Day
0:29:00
break-The American Dollar
Flood (excerpt)

Second Half Hour

0:30:00

Interview: Syrinx

 

0:39:30
break


0:40:00
Syrinx
Chant for Your Dragon King
0:50:11
Delerium
Made to Move
0:59:00
break-I Think Like Midnight
Echo Celeste (excerpt)

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Neu!
Isi
1:06:00
Martin Tillman
Future Dawns
1:11:35
From Indian Lakes
Come Back
1:15:21
Milow the Girl
Dreams
1:19:03
Pitch Black
It’s the Future Knocking
1:29:30
break-Blow Up Hollywood
Adrift (excerpt)

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
Alu
Land of Nothing
1:33:28
Bill Frisell
As a Judgement
1:37:52
Miranda Lee Richards
First Light of Winter
1:44:47
break


1:45:30
Latala
Grafeet Me
1:48:29
Connect.Ohm
Gentle Perception
1:52:58
Springtime Carnivore
Nude Polaroids

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