Wednesday, Sept 2, 2020 – Echoes Program 2035C

New music from Mimi Page

A song for the pandemic when we hear a lament from singer Mimi Page. It’s a haunting wordless hymn for these times.  We’ll also hear from Robot Koch who has a new album of ambient chamber music called The Next Billion Years. John Diliberto has it this year on Echoes.

Wednesday, Sept 2, 2020 – Echoes Program 2035C
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 The Cranberries Why Something Else
0:06:01 Erik Wollo & Michael Stearns The Nomad’s Journey Convergence
0:12:48 Llynks Purified Become The Root
0:16:57 Christopher Tignor Ode to Joy Composure
0:21:55 Austra Anywayz (Clean Edit) Hirudin
0:25:38 John Foxx Pater Noster The Garden

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 William Orbit Surfin’ Waveforms
0:34:32 Figueroa Back to the Stars The World As We Know It
0:40:02 Hannah Georgas Dreams All That Emotion
0:44:10 break
0:45:04 Jeff Pearce Under Summer Stars Follow the River Home
0:48:44 Echo Arcadia Occasional Bruises Visions of Symmetry
0:52:57 Quaeschning & Schnauss Flare Synthwaves

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Tigerforest Nevada Gold Songs Of Reverence
1:06:01 Lisa Gerrard Space Weaver The Silver Tree
1:13:13 Robot Koch All Forms Are Unstable The Next Billion Years
1:17:16 Mimi Page Even In A Million Pieces Even In A Million Pieces Single
1:19:46 Washed Out Paralyzed Purple Noon
1:23:02 Lane 8 x Yotto Buggy Buggy (single)

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Orchestra of the Eighth Day Someone is Calling Music For The End
1:34:54 Bonobo Surface (feat. Nicole Miglis) Migration
1:38:55 Gracie And Rachel Trust Hello Weakness You Make Me Strong
1:42:45 Ezinma Beethoven Pleads the Fifth Beethoven Pleads the Fifth (single)
1:45:25 break
1:47:16 Olafur Arnalds They Sink re:member
1:49:47 Forrest Fang An Atom on a Long Chain The Book of Wanderers

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