Monday, Nov 14, 2022 – Echoes Program 2246A

Psychedelic Dreams in Dystopia: The Black Angels Echoes Interview

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Black Angels descend on the next Echoes. The Black Angels are a psychedelic band out of Austin who sound like they mainlined the Nuggets collection of 60s garage rock from the First Psychedelic Era. But there’s more than hallucinogens to this long-lived band who tackle political and social themes amidst a delirious onslaught of feedback, fuzztone and reverb. John Diliberto drops a tab with Alex Maas and Christian Bland who talk about music born in a hallucinogenic dream.

Monday, November 14, 2022 – Echoes Program 2246A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 The Black Angels The River Wilderness of Mirrors
0:06:00 AMAARA Gone Heartspeak EP
0:09:34 Andreas Vollenweider Woa Woa SlowFlow and Dancer
0:14:58 Alivenique Masculin Féminin Year of the Statement
0:18:12 Moby Fall Back: Main Version (with Akemi Fox) Fall Back (Single)
0:22:17 David Vito Gregoli and Ricky Kej Vana (Forest) Wild Monsoon

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: Black Angels  
0:45:47 The Black Angels Vermillion Eyes Wilderness of Mirrors
0:49:49 Mark Dwane Legend of the Dogon The Drift Collection

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Vangelis Juno’s Quiet Determination Juno to Jupiter
1:06:00 Ed Carlsen Entangled Morning Hour
1:08:48 Barbara Higbie Mist on the River Presence
1:13:39 Weyes Blood Grapevine And In the Darkness Hearts Aglow
1:18:58 Philip Selway Check for Signs of Life Strange Dance
1:23:14 Tycho Montana Awake

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Brian Eno Who Gives a Thought Foreverandevernomore
1:33:45 Ian Boddy Silver Surfer Coil
1:39:01 Taylor Swift Labyrinth Midnights
1:43:04 break
1:44:20 Unloved Cry Baby Cry Guilty of Love
1:49:10 Forrest Fang From Post to Palm The Lost Seasons of Amorphia


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