Monday, Mar 18, 2024 – Echoes Program 2412A

A Kaleidoscopic View to Kaleida: The Echoes Interview

On the next Echoes, the British-American Duo, Kaleida talk about their album, In Arms. It’s an album fraught with biblical, personal and political references.

Christina Wood: It was meant to have a double meaning. It was meant to be like holding babies in arms but also arming yourself to keep on going.

This British-American-German dream pop duo are creating an entrancing sound, much of it emerging from their trans-oceanic separation and from their new born babies. They are millennials who wrote a song criticizing their generation. Cicely Goulder-Levy was scoring films when she got seduced by electronic music. Christina Wood wasn’t really in music at all. She was an environmental engineer.  But they got together across a couple of continents then, and an ocean now, to create three entrancing albums. Hear their story on Echoes.

Monday, Mar 18, 2024 – Echoes Program 2412A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Enya Dark Sky Island Dark Sky Island
0:06:00 Fields of Few Physical Transitional States
0:10:42 Dublab Ikiz Friction
0:18:50 Zanias Swim Ecdysis
0:23:34 Yellowcard & Hammock Southern Air A Hopeful Sign

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: Kaleida
0:44:14 Kaleida Hollow In Arms
0:47:44 Glas Two Hearts Kisses Like Feathers
0:50:28 Quiet Resonance West Change of Direction

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Winterlight The Closer We Come The Longest Sleep Through The Darkest Days
1:06:00 Beth Gibbons Floating on a  Moment Lives Outgrown
1:11:15 Le Morte d’Abby Eclipse In Those Days
1:18:16 Hybrid Seven Days Black Halo
1:22:57 William Tyler Gone Clear Modern Country

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Carl Weingarten & Catherine Marie Charlton Where There Is Light Where There Is Light
1:34:43` Dave Bessell Ariel Chromatic Lightning Cage
1:39:33 Discovery Zone Ur Eyes Quantum Web
1:45:55 break
1:46:33 The Smile Teleharmonic Wall of Eyes
1:51:37 Jeremiah Fraites Spiders  Piano Piano 2
1:54:53 Klaversion Sweet Sensation Sweet Sensation


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