Weekend, Aug 15-16, 2020 – Programs 2032A & 2032B

Shpongle's Simon Posford & Mark Dwane Interviews

We get Shpongled when Simon Posford, one-half of the legendary psychedelic electronic band Shpongle talks about his new solo album. With Shpongle, he goes on hallucinogenic journeys, but on his new solo album, he reflects on this time of pandemic lockdown. It’s called Flux and Contemplation, Portrait of an Artist in Isolation. Simon Posford takes us through his 10 Stages of Lockdown.

 

Weekend, Aug 15-16, 2020 – Echoes Program 2032A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Sine Air Air (Single)
0:06:01 Blackbird Blackbird The Biggest Mistake Hearts
0:08:56 Bob Moses & ZHU Desire (Single Edit) Desire (Single)
0:13:20 Michael Rother Sonnenrad Sterntaler
0:19:19 Martyn Barker Drop By Drop Water and Stone
0:22:48 Rituals of Mine The Only Way Out Is Through The Longest Day
0:25:24 SFERIX White Noise White Noise (Single)

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: Simon Posford
0:41:01 Simon Posford The New Normal Flux & Contemplation
0:50:41 Shpongle Remember the Future Codex VI

Third Half Hour

1:01:11 Maps You Exist in Everything (Polly Scattergood Remix) Colours.Remixed.Time.Loss
1:06:01 Eden Iris Dark Sunday Dream (David Norland Remix) Dark Sunday Dream
1:10:35 Joshua Van Tassel Conjuror-er Dance Music Vol. II: More Songs for Slow Motion
1:17:55 Kidso Nordstar Apart
1:23:00 Michael Stipe and Big Red Machine No Time For Love Like Now No Time For Love Like Now (single)

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Thomas Lemmer Stay Calm Awakening EP
1:32:37 Gracie And Rachel Trust Hello Weakness You Make Me Strong
1:36:28 Tauon Flying Somewhere
1:42:00 Becca Mancari Tear Us Apart The Greatest Part
1:44:30 break
1:45:16 Figueroa Back to the Stars The World As We Know It
1:50:59 Jim Ottaway Isolated Realms When Eternity Touches Time

One of the legends of indie-space music takes us out of this world when we talk with Mark Dwane. Dwane has been a fixture on Echoes since his debut album, The Monuments of Mars. Since that 1988 recording, he’s released several great albums including his reworking of his debut, Martian Apparitions, and and his latest, Future Tense. We revisit our interview with Mark Dwane from a decade ago. This purveyor of expansive, cinematic melodies and propulsive grooves talks about his music.

Weekend, Aug 15-16, 2020 – Echoes Program 2032B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Morcheeba Small Town Who Can You Trust
0:06:01 California Guitar Trio Gaudela Trilogy Part III: Mondego Rio da Experanca Elegy
0:10:20 Figueroa Don’t Be A Bitch The World As We Know It
0:13:39 Morgan Delt Some Sunsick Day Phase Zero
0:17:56 Lazy Salon New Arc Lazy Salon
0:22:04 Moby In Between Violence The Longest Day

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: Mark Dwane
0:37:58 Mark Dwane Cydonia The Monuments Of Mars
0:41:47 Mark Dwane Cydonia Reimagined Martian Apparitions
0:46:18 Mark Dwane Saucers Over Stonehenge UFOlogy
0:52:21 Mark Dwane I Remember You From Tomorrow Future Tense

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Hiroki Okano Hototogisu Enn
1:06:01 Barry Cleveland Blue Things Stones of Precious Water
1:10:24 Kodacrome Catherine Banff Sessions
1:15:12 Lena Natalia Empty Gallery Straight is the Gate
1:18:19 Braids Just Let Me Shadow Offering
1:23:24 Ben Blackett Last Rays of the Sun Portals

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Sofia Talvik Broken (Steel Guitars in Heaven) Broken Single
1:35:19 Makana Forest Walk A Hawaiian Interlude
1:39:23 break
1:40:11 Basia Bulat Already Forgiven Are You In Love
1:43:07 Bodhi Morning Soundscape Oasis
1:52:51 Jeff Pearce An Isle Archive 1: Songs For The Gathering

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