Friday, June 5, 2020 – Echoes Program 2022E

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.

Monday, February 24, 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

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