Weekend, Feb 29 – Mar 1, 2020 – Programs 2008A & 2008B

Lane 8 Interview

We talk to Daniel Goldstein, better known as the electronic artist, Lane 8. He bans cellphone usage at his concerts and calls his sound “dreamy back-rub house music.” His new album, Brightest Lights includes vocals from Polica.

Weekend, February 29 – March 1, 2020 – Echoes Program 2008A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Lane 8 The Rope (feat. Polica) Brightest Lights
0:06:00 Lama’s Dream Rain Catcher (Ka Fu Remix) Rain Catcher EP
0:12:12 Smoke Fairies Chew Your Bones Darkness Brings The Wonders Home
0:17:01 Isobel Campbell Ant Life There Is No Other
0:19:29 Steve Tibbetts Climbing Safe Journey
0:22:42 Tom Caufield Hope At Ground Zero Opaque Frontier

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: Lane 8  
0:41:45 Lane 8 Don’t Let Me Go (feat. Artic Lake) Brightest Lights
0:46:01 Hollan Holmes One Giant Leap Milestones
0:51:07 Mimi Goese & Ben Neill Cuckoo Life You Are
0:55:44 Kidso Felt Felt (single)

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Yppah Shadows Climb The Wall Sunset In The Deep End
1:06:00 Jeff Johnson/Brian Dunning/Wendy Goodwin When I Return To You Kohelet
1:08:04 Warpaint The Brakes The Turning Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
1:12:37 Jake Shimabukuro Twelve Jake Shimabukuro Trio
1:14:57 Stephanie Sante Photonic Memories Dark Matter Evolution
1:19:18 David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World (Brian Eno Live Remix) Is It Any Wonder
1:22:43 Liminal Drifter Time Lapse The Dreams

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Philip Glass Ensemble Music In Twelve Parts: Part 1 Music In Twelve Parts (1975 version)
1:45:15 break
1:46:00 Niemi AA Spiraalit/Spirals
1:50:54 James Asher and Ayako Tanaka Alignment From Bud to Bloom

Some weekend listeners will also hear Hawaiian ukulele lion Jake Shimabukuro when he comes in with his trio to lay down the dreamy ambient textured music of his new album, including a cover of a Pink Floyd classic. John Diliberto brings us the Jake Shimabukuro Trio live on Echoes.

Weekend, February 29 – March 1, 2020 – Echoes Program 2008B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Yppah Tree Ghost Sunset In The Deep End
0:06:00 Alice Glass Sleep It Off The Turning (OST)
0:08:47 Stephanie Sante Quantum Entanglement Dark Matter Evolution
0:13:35 Isobel Campbell Runnin’ Down A Dream There Is No Other
0:16:50 I Think Like Midnight Acolyte This Land Is Your Mind
0:20:26 Frankie Rose The Depths Herein Wild
0:23:44 Darshan Ambient Ah! Sunflower A Day Like Any Other

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 In Concert: The Jake Shimabukuro Trio
0:32:20 Jake Shimabukuro Trio Red Crystal (live) Trio
0:36:41 Jake Shimabukuro Trio Summer Rain (live) Trio
0:42:48 Jake Shimabukuro Trio Lament (excerpt) (live) Trio
0:43:32 Jake Shimabukuro Trio Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd) (live) Trio
0:48:32 Jake Shimabukuro Trio Landslide (Fleetwood Mac) (live) Trio
0:54:50 Jake Shimabukuro Trio Wai’ alae (live) Trio

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Hollan Holmes The Truth Laid Bare Milestones
1:06:00 Lisa Lynne & Aryeh Frankfurter My Lagen Love Weaving Worlds
1:09:34 Basia Bulat Already Forgiven Are You In Love
1:12:32 Pat Metheny You Are From This Place
1:17:44 Agnes Obel Camera’s Rolling Myopia
1:22:17 Evenfall Evening Shadows Indigo Skies

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Niemi Joella/By the River Spiraalit/Spirals
1:33:48 Wilsen Wedding Ruiner
1:37:06 Michael Hoenig Hanging Garden Transfer Departure from the Northern Wasteland
1:47:55 break
1:48:40 Thievery Corporation Sweet Tides
Symphonik
1:53:13 Naneum Gametic Life Cycle

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