Weekend, Feb 13-14, 2021 – Programs 2106A & 2106B

Wax Tailor's BLM Beats: The Echoes Interview

We explore the vocal cut-ups and trip hop beats of Wax Tailor. The French composer discusses his  new album, The Shadow of their Suns, which slices and dices social injustice in the 21st century.  Wax Tailor is Jean-Christophe Le Saoût, and The Shadow of their Suns is his most political album to date, while still being fueled by great beats and riotous vocal cut-ups. The video for “Misery“, which we posted last year, gives you an idea of where Wax Tailor’s mind is at. We spin the turntable with Wax Tailor.

Weekend, Feb 13-14, 2021 – Echoes Program 2106A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Wax Tailor Hypnosis Theme Phonovisions Symphonic Orchestra
0:06:01 Tino Izzo The Light of Other Days Morning Scapes
0:09:17 Robert Jurjendal On The Heights Water Finds A Way
0:12:37 Leandrul Interim Psychosis of Dreams
0:17:12 Patrick O’Hearn Devil’s Lake Indigo
0:22:22 Katherine de Rosset In The World And Yet The Tower
0:25:54 Olafur Arnalds We Contain Multitudes Some Kind of Peace

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: Wax Tailor
0:43:30 Wax Tailor Misery (ft. Rosemary Standley) The Shadow Of Their Suns
0:46:29 Tycho Outer Sunset Simulcast
0:50:31 The Besnard Lakes Feuds With Guns The Besnard Lakes Are The Last of the Great Thunderstorm Warnings
0:54:51 Jean Michel Jarre The Heart of Noise Electronica 2: The Heart of Noise

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Lia Ices I’m Gone Family Album
1:06:01 Sherry Finzer Imagine Renewal
1:09:25 Henrik Lindstrand Stjarnvagar (II) Nordhem
1:12:55 Jess Lamb And The Factory Come On Over You Are
1:16:08 Keith Jarrett Part V Munich 2016
1:19:57 Heather Woods Broderick I Try Invitation
1:24:14 Eric Hilton Acetone Dub The Impossible Silence

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Steve Roach A Different Today Tomorrow
1:38:24 Goldfrapp Beast That Never Was Silver Eye
1:42:37 Hiroki Okano Quantum Leap Breeze Pt.5 Quantum Leap Breeze
1:47:40 Aeseaes All Things Devour Shapeshifter
1:52:46 A Winged Victory for the Sullen So That The City Can Begin To Exist Invisible Cities

Hear new music by Jess Lamb and The Factory. This is a collaboration out of Cincinnati by singer Jess Lamb and electronic musician Warren Harrison, who used to be in the duo, Hungry Lucy. We’ll hear from their new album, You Are.

Weekend, Feb 13-14, 2021 – Echoes Program 2106B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Todd Boston Wings Hope Dies Last
0:06:01 Vákoum Airotic Linchpin
0:09:52 Robert Jurjendal The Lake Freezes Water Finds A Way
0:13:23 Jess Lamb And The Factory Main Line You Are
0:18:00 Marya Stark Negra Luz Sapphire
0:22:52 Bluetech The Darkest Year The Four Horsemen Of The Electrocalypse

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Shunia Breeze At Dawn Shunia
0:33:58 Lambert Ringlage & Johannes Schmoelling Ancient Ride Ancient Ride (single)
0:42:30 Massive Attack Sly (w-Nicolette) Protection
0:47:15 break
0:48:00 Erik Wøllo Oblivion Recurrence
0:53:18 Coldplay Midnight Ghost Stories

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Mythos Legacy XXV
1:06:00 Tycho Stress Simulcast
1:11:01 Lana Del Rey Ultraviolence Ultraviolence
1:15:04 Gumi Symbolico/Chemistrix Underwater
1:20:55 Lamb Illumina The Secret of Letting Go
1:25:20 Time Traveler Explorer Beware Sky Falter

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Bob Boilen November 2, 2020 Hidden Smiles
1:33:09 Cold Specks Fool’s Paradise Fool’s Paradise
1:36:41 Ulrich Schnauss Like A Ghost In Your Life A Long Way To Fall
1:42:23 break
1:43:05 Twilight Archive The Divining Rod Mood Chain
1:48:21 Chuck Van Zyl Enceladus Part 1 Live On Star’s End

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