Thursday, July 29, 2021 – Echoes Program 2130D

Sufjan Stevens-A Convocation of Loss

Idiosyncratic folk-rocker Sufjan Stevens shuts up and plays his synthesizers. His songs are great, but he also has an electronic instrumental side. He’s just released a five volume set of deeply ambient compositions called Convocations. It’s partly a response to deaths in the family and the pandemic. We convene with Sufjan Stevens on Echoes.

Thursday, July 29, 2021 – Echoes Program 2130D
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Sufjan Stevens John My Beloved Carrie & Lowell
0:06:00 Brian Fechino A Mindful Missing Of the Light
0:10:48 All India Radio Deep Blue Afterworld
0:13:38 Jess Lamb and the Factory Speak Life You Are
0:17:13 Terry Oldfield Dancer in the Void Journey into Space
0:23:25 Afro Celt Sound System Onwards Vol3: Further In Time

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Interview: Sufjan Stevens    
0:42:38 Sufjan Stevens Revelation VI Convocations
0:45:44 Sufjan Stevens Meditation X Convocations
0:49:01 London Grammar I Need The Night Californian Soil
0:52:52 Bicep Rever (feat. Julia Kent) Isles

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Starita Changing The Wake Up Call
1:06:00 Sumner McKane It’s Nice to Know That These Places Still Exist Stone’s Throw
1:11:53 The Chameleons Tears Strange Times [Bonus Tracks]
1:16:50 Bill Nelson In A Streamlined World Dazzlebox
1:20:34 Eddie Casper Ohmage Ohmage

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Steve Hillage Shimmer (bonus track) L
1:33:55 Farao Silence Till’ It’s All Forgotten
1:38:00 Bob Boilen Cloud Control Hidden Smiles
1:41:34 This is the Kit Bullet Proof (Blue States Remix) Remixes 2018
1:46:15 break
1:47:21 Nous Alpha Golden Lemon A Walk In the Woods
1:51:40 Kinlaw There She Is The Tipping Scale
1:54:38 Mythos Planinata XXV


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