Tuesday, July 14, 2020 – Echoes Program 2028B

AvaWaves Cinematic Ambiences: The Echoes Interview

Two women from the classical world go ambient with AvaWaves. Violinist Anna Phoebe and keyboardist Aisling Brouwer have crafted a haunting and unremittingly beautiful sound on their debut, Waves, Echoes May CD of the Month and #1 on The Best of Echoes 2020, So Far. They talk about their inventive and personal music on Echoes.

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 – Echoes Program 2028B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Ametrom Backstreet Action The Great Western Industrial Zone
0:06:01 Vince Pope Curtis and Alisha Misfits (Original Score)
0:07:54 Agnes Obel It’s Happening Again Citizen of Glass
0:12:06 Aimee Wilson Ascent Unto Us The Sun
0:16:55 Toby Hay Sheep Song Imaginational Anthems Vol X: Overseas Edition (v/a)
0:22:55 Andreas Vollenweider The Five Curtains Book of Roses
0:24:40 Andreas Vollenweider Book Of Roses Book of Roses

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Interview: AvaWaves
0:44:29 AvaWaves Resistance Waves
0:48:27 Liquid Bloom & Spice Traders Anima Mundi Anima Mundi

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Polica Be Again When We Stay Alive
1:06:01 Vangelis Pulstar Albedo 0.39
1:11:23 Discovery Zone Blissful Morning Dream Interpretation Melody Remote Control
1:14:04 Moby Forever All Visible Objects
1:19:15 Phoebe Bridgers Punisher Punisher
1:22:19 Gandalf Secret Sarai Part 2 Secret Sarai

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Steve Roach Reflection In Ascension A Soul Ascends
1:41:20 London Grammar Non Believer Truth is a Beautiful Thing
1:45:27 Ben Blackett Deep Currents Portals
1:49:38 Austra How Did You Know HiRUDiN
1:53:53 Air Night Hunter Love 2

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  1 comment for “Tuesday, July 14, 2020 – Echoes Program 2028B

  1. Upon hearing the above the Gandalf track, I thought is that opening melody based upon a
    Loreena McKennitt track from “An Ancient Muse”, namely “Caravanserai”, or do they have a
    common folk origin?

    2027E: the g in Hergest Ridge is hard. The Shropshire locals call it Hargest. Quite often
    British place names aren’t pronounced as they are spelt. It’s akin Berkeley Square or Derby,
    where the first e is treated like an a.

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