Weekend, Mar 26-27, 2022- Programs 2212A & 2212B

David Arkenstone & Wouter Kellerman

David Arkenstone and Wouter Kellerman

2022 Grammy Nominees David Arkenstone and Wouter Kellerman talk about their world fusion album, Pangaea. They worked on it during pandemic with South African flautist Kellerman trapped by the pandemic in Australia and Arkenstone in Southern California. Their album is a hymn for world peace. John Diliberto talks with David Arkenstone and Wouter Kellerman on Echoes from PRX.

Weekend, Mar 26-27, 2022 – Echoes Program 2212A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 David Arkenstone & Wouter Kellerman Desert Moon Pangaea
0:06:00 Will Ackerman For Carmine Positano Songs
0:10:29 Dave Preston Be Alive Be
0:17:15 Mitski Stay Soft Laurel Hell
0:20:24 Emily Wells Two Dogs Tethered Inside Regards To The End
0:23:21 Shaman’s Dream/ Bluetech/Momentology Mother Water (Momentology Mix) Afronaut

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Interview: Davis Arkenstone & Wouter Kellerman  
0:43:05 David Arkenstone & Wouter Kellerman 08 Taranaki Rises Pangaea
0:47:25 Otyken Apocalypse Kykakacha
0:54:24 Enya Tempus Vernum A Day WIthout Rain

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Bat For Lashes The Hunger Lost Girls
1:06:00 Astrid Williamson Corsica Into The Mountain
1:11:49 Craig Armstrong Glasgow The Space Between Us
1:16:56 Vonavi Ghost Ghost (Single)
1:20:40 Trentemøller When the Sun Explodes Memoria
1:25:44 Skrillex Ride Home Music From The Motion Picture Spring Breakers

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Lis Addison The Light of You Elements
1:36:21 Michael Whalen Across the World to Be With You (feat. Ricky Kej) Imaginary Trains
1:40:44 Beach House Once Twice Melody Once Twice Melody
1:45:20 break
1:46:22 Benjamin Gustafsson Close to Home Close to Home (Single)
1:49:30 Colin Rayment Dancing Light Over the Orinoco Polyphonic Memories ll

We talk with Australian singer-songwriter Brigitte Bardini. She dropped out of her psychology major when she decided to become a musician. Her impressive debut, Stellar Lights, was an Echoes Top 30 album of 2021. She talks about abandoned organs, psychedelic dreams and depression. We hear the story of this beautifully crafted album and the woman behind it when we talk with Brigitte Bardini.

Weekend, March 26-27, 2022 – Echoes Program 2212B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Andrew Rothschild Ambient II New Leaf
0:06:01 Taylor Barefoot Snikker Mayhem Distressed Signals
0:09:56 Oriel Scream Scream (single)
0:13:40 Hana Vu Anything Striking Public Storage
0:16:01 Panophonic Somber Feeling Euphoric
0:20:18 Marissa Nadler All the Eclipses The Wrath of the Clouds
0:23:42 Erik Wollo Chrysalis Sojourns

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Interview: Brigitte Bardini
0:44:32 Brigitte Bardini Breathe Stellar Lights
0:48:35 The Great Northern Cloud Racing Nocturnes
0:51:44 Hollan Holmes A Ribbon of Life Emerald Waters

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Bob Boilen Off Monday’s bb4 Futures Waiting (working)
1:06:01 Bicep Rever (feat. Julia Kent) Isles
1:11:08 Trentemøller No More Kissing In The Rain Memoria
1:15:13 Rufus du Sol See You Again Surrender
1:20:27 William Orbit Aquilas Starbeam

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Hania Rani Leaving Live from Studio 2
1:35:42 Suzanne Ciani The First Wave: Birth Of Venus Seven Waves
1:40:33 Dave Bessell and Liam Boyle Seventh Window Imaginator
1:46:54 break
1:47:45 Mimi Page Breathe Me In Breathe Me In
1:51:01 Bodhiheart Love Rules Love Rules

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