Wednesday, Apr 13, 2022 – Echoes Program 2215C

New Music from Royksopp


New music by the Norwegian electronic duo, Royksopp.  They team up with Alison Goldfrapp, the singer for the dream pop band, Goldfrapp. We’ll also hear something by Karmacoda, a band that takes its name from a Massive Attack song. John Diliberto has it for us on Echoes.

Wednesday, April 13, 2022 – Echoes Program 2215C
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Michael Rother & Vittoria Maccabruni See Through As Long as the Light
0:06:00 Astrid Williamson June Bug Into The Mountain
0:12:03 Colin Rayment Gliding Past Salto Ángel Polyphonic Memories ll
0:21:42 Steve Gunn On The Way Nakama

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Buck Curran Sea of Polaris Immortal Light
0:34:51 Bill Nelson Tiny Mice are Dancing in the Cottage of Her Dreams Theatre Of Falling Leaves
0:40:39 Royksopp Impossible (w/Alison Goldfrapp) Profound Mysteries
0:44:14 break
0:45:06 Mitski Stay Soft Laurel Hell
0:48:13 Hugar VI Rift
0:53:26 Setsuna Oona Zäme EP

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Hiroki Okano Beyond the Dreamsphere Pt 4. Beyond The Dreamsphere
1:06:00 Hana Vu April Fool Public Storage
1:08:53 Will Ackerman Our Wedding Song Positano Songs
1:12:49 East Of Eden Bathers Mercator Projected
1:17:29 Karmacoda Make Me the One (Lycoriscoris Remix) Remixes
1:23:01 Eleon Dive Hidden In Time

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Michael Hewett La Mer Muses
1:34:00 Otyken White Mountain Kykakacha
1:40:52 Michael Stearns Wherever Two or More are Gathered… Planetary Unfolding (2022 Remaster)
1:49:20 break
1:49:59 Michael Beharie Lolo Promise
1:53:18 Ben Lukas Boysen Clarion (Kiasmos Mix) Clarion


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  2 comments for “Wednesday, Apr 13, 2022 – Echoes Program 2215C

  1. It’s been since early 70’s that someone I knew had East of Eden and I’ve heard that cut. Long time, far away. Thanks.

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