St. Vincent's new album of twisted rock motifs is called Masseduction and it explores new terrain in her original sound. We’ll also hear from one of dozens of new soundtracks by Bear McCreary, this one for the movie “Unrest.” →
On the Next Echoes, the enchanting chamber pop of Gracie and Rachel. Their music is like a meeting of Erik Satie and Max Richter with your favorite singer-song-writer topped by the unaffectedly pure voice of Gracie Coates. →
Cold Specks is the performance name of Ladan Hussein. She’s sung on some of Moby’s best songs. On her album, Fool’s Paradise she explores her Muslim and Somali heritage in spare, lo-fi, electronic ambiences. →
Wordless Echoes is a non-stop seamless journey into an instrumental music soundscape where your mind can wander. No lyric vocals, no announcer, no interviews, no ads and no underwriting, just 3 hours of uninterrupted music.
Beyond Echoes are music streams that travel the Echoes soundwaves, and sometimes venture further afield. You won’t have John’s mellifluous hosting, but we hope you’ll enjoy these musical journeys.
As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here in 2015, we also take a look back at the band's biggest hit, Dark Side of the Moon which celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2013. We'll hear songs from the original album, cover versions and music inspired by this epic and influential work. →
The European spacemusic group Broekhuis, Keller and Schönwälder visited the United States in 2012, and while they were in the Philadelphia area, they dropped by the Echoes living room to play live. After they finished their regular set for broadcast on Echoes, we asked if they had an "encore" piece that we could present exclusively for Echoes OnLine subscribers. →
The famed English psychedelic trance band Ozric Tentacles visited the Echoes living room for a set of downtempo space excursions. After they finished their (slightly) chilled-out set for broadcast on Echoes, they turned on the afterburners and played another, fully-energized set exclusively for Echoes OnLine subscribers. →
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