Tuesday, Oct 12, 2021 – Echoes Program 2141B

Stephan Micus Interview

Stephan Micus

Before there was a “world music” genre, there was Stephan Micus, playing instruments from Afghanistan, to India, to Indonesia.  However, ever since his first album,Archaic Concerts, in 1976, the German composer was never making world music, but other-worldly music.  He plays his ethnic instruments in non-traditional ways, multi-tracking them in layered arrangements, and creating an  usually meditative excursion. He recently released a new album, Winter’s End.  We talk to Stephan Micus about his imaginary world music on Echoes.

Tuesday, October 12, 2021 – Echoes Program 2141B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Lili Haydn Sayonara (Part 1) More Love
0:06:00 Bonander Slumber Love Things We Don’t Talk About
0:09:48 Marconi Union Blowback Signals
0:15:36 Mitski Working for the Knife Working for the Knife (Single)
0:18:07 Bob Boilen Obsidian 2 Weeks 1 Summer
0:21:14 Radiohead If You Say the Word Kid Amnesia
0:25:28 Richard Souther Be Not Afraid Within the Frame

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Interview: Stephan Micus
0:45:04 Stephan Micus Part 4 (Nay/21 Flowerpots/3 Bavarian Zithers/Hammered Dulcimer) Twilight Fields
0:52:31 Stephan Micus Sun Dance Winter’s End

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Trigaida Yano Elate
1:06:01 Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters Words Can Be Dismissed Destiny Waiving
1:10:07 Tori Amos Spies Ocean to Ocean
1:15:38 Absolutely Free Are They Signs After Touch
1:20:44 Trentemøller In The Gloaming In The Gloaming
1:25:52 Lazy Salon With You Lazy Salon

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Kevin Keller Inverness Shimmer
1:35:58 Explosions In The Sky Stories in Stone Big Bend (OST)
1:38:10 Jefferson Airplane Today Surrealistic Pillow
1:41:05 break
1:42:12 Gracie And Rachel Trust Hello Weakness You Make Me Strong
1:46:00 Lorin Grean October’s Child For Your Heart
1:48:50 October Project Rage of Days Rage of Days (Single)
1:53:40 Musictellers Inspire After the Storm


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