Weekend, Mar 12-13, 2022 – Program 2210A & 2210B

Hollan Holmes Interview

Hollan Holmes

Texas-based artist Hollan Holmes paints southern landscapes and rusty artifacts by day, but he heads into electronic space at night, composing music like his CD of the Month, Emerald Waters. John Diliberto talks to Hollan Holmes about his magical worlds on Echoes.

Weekend, Mar 12-13, 2022 – Echoes Program 2210A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Tone Ranger Wavelength Wavelength
0:06:01 Absolutely Free Epilogue Aftertouch
0:10:06 Kraftwerk Non Stop Remixes
0:18:27 Otyken Apocalypse Kykakacha
0:25:22 Portico Quartet Captured Time Next Stop

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: Hollan Holmes
0:43:30 Hollan Holmes A Ribbon of Life Emerald Waters
0:48:50 Michael Rother & Vittoria Maccabruni You Look at Me As Long As The Light
0:53:37 Carl Weingarten For Rosa Stop Me Try

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Time Wharp R (Version) Ingenue EP
1:06:00 Marissa Nadler Ferry Lane The Wrath of the Clouds
1:09:54 The Royal Arctic Institute Fishing By Lantern From Catnap To Coma 
1:13:43 Terje Rypdal Speil Descendre
1:21:22 Mamak Khadem Messenger Remembrance
1:26:07 Bill Nelson Pagoda Dreamhouse Theatre Of Falling Leaves

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Emily Wells All Burn No Bridge Regards To The End
1:34:58 Fade No Sorrowland Home At Last EP
1:39:55 break
1:40:24 Fall Therapy And Fragile Hopes Fall Therapy
1:43:21 Somatoast Dawn (Kaya Project Remix) Creation is Creation
1:48:59 Saul Stokes Light Thrower LFOUFO

Women in Wires

Women in Wires. We’re celebrating International Woman’s Day by looking at women who have plugged in. These artists have bypassed convention and created their own sonic landscapes for their music. This was a pretty hard show to do 30 or so years ago, but now the world is full of creative women electronic artists, although not nearly as many as their probably should be. They’ve been getting a little more attention since the commentary, Sisters with Transistors came out last year. We’ll take a run through these musicians from Delia Derbyshire and Wendy Carlos to Laurie Anderson, Sharon Van Etten and Grimes. Women in Wires, we plug them in on Echoes.

Weekend, Mar 12-13, 2022 – Echoes Program 2210B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Agnes Obel Broken Sleep Myopia
0:07:07 Eve Maret Sound of Space Between No More Running (Deluxe Edition)
0:10:54 CloZee Nouvelle Era Nouvelle Era
0:15:01 Mimi Page The Monster in Me The Lighthouse (Original Game Soundtrack)
0:19:04 Stephanie Sante Photonic Memories Dark Matter Evolution
0:23:08 Happy Rhodes Feed The Fire Warpaint

Second Half Hour

0:31:09 Laurie Anderson O Superman (For Massenet Big Science
0:39:25 Lisa Bella Donna Take Me in the Morning The World She Wanted
0:46:13 Grimes So Heavy I Fell Through the Earth Miss Anthropocene
0:50:02 break
0:51:18 Delia Derbyshire Dr. Who Theme Doctor Who – The 50th Anniversary Collection (Original Television Soundtrack)
0:53:35 Julianna Barwick Night Circumstance Synthesis

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Leandrul Electroconvulsive Memory Psychosis of Dreams
1:06:00 Suzanne Ciani Buchla Improvisation Victoria Place: Echoes Live 23 (v/a)
1:17:00 Azam Ali Phantoms Phantoms
1:23:30 Constance Demby Javalon Set Free

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Rena Jones Emergence Allegories
1:34:39 Sharon Van Etten Used To It Used to It (Single)
1:38:55 Deborah Martin The Alchemist’s Robe Eye of the Wizard
1:43:40 break
1:45:20 Brigitte Bardini Could’ve Been Stellar Lights
1:49:23 Sonic Seasonings Aurora Borealis Aurora Borealis

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