Monday, September 25, 2017-Echoes Program 1739A

From Space tones to musical tones with Quindar

Head into space on the next Echoes when we talk to Quindar, the electronic duo of art historian James Merle Thomas and Wilco keyboard player Mikael Jorgensen. They use the sounds of NASA to create the electronic moods of their debut album Hip-Mobility. We are sending out Quindar tones on Echoes.

Monday, September 25th
Echoes Program 1739A

Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
The Cranberries
0:06:00
Mystic Journey
0:11:32
Behind the Shadow Drops
0:15:40
Lucas Oswald
0:20:20
Purity Ring
0:23:57
The Watermark High
0:29:00
Break-ErikWollo
Nimbus (retrace) (excerpt)

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
Interview: Quindar


0:39:30
break


0:40:00
Quindar
0:44:14
Falling You
0:49:11
Vic Hennegan
0:59:00
break-I Think Like Midnight

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
The Greatest Hoax
1:06:00
Jeff Pearce
1:08:05
The National
1:12:25
Yaima
1:16:43
Omar Faruk Tekbilek
Road to Kabe
1:22:31
Tori Amos
1:29:30
break-David Arkenstone

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
Gracie and Rachel
1:34:31
Kauan
1:44:00
break


1:44:45
Jesse Cook
1:47:50
Azure Ray
1:51:28
Tycho

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