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Daily Echoes

  • David Holmes - Blind on a Galloping Horse

    Friday, Feb 23, 2024 – Echoes #2408E

    David Holmes is a longtime giant of electronic music and a prolific film composer. He teams up with singer Raven Violet to create a politically charged album, Blind on a Galloping Horse. →

  • Limina - Coming Home

    Thursday, Feb 22, 2024 – Echoes #2408D

    New music by Limina, an ambient chamber music project from Tyler Durham. He recorded with members of the London Symphony Orchestra to get the crystalline sound of his album, Coming Home. →

  • The Smile - Wall Of Eyes

    Wednesday, Feb 21, 2024 – Echoes #2308C

    On the next Echoes, new music from The Smile. That’s the project of Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood. We’ll also hear the latest by Mitski, who explores the dark side of our psyche. →

  • Tuesday, Feb 20, 2024 – Echoes #2408B

    Head into psychedelic space on the 50th anniversary of Tangerine Dream’s Phaedra. This is a seminal album that essentially launched the whole sequencer school of electronics. →

  • Kevin Keller

    Monday, Feb 19, 2024 – Echoes #2408A

    Kevin Keller talks about his album, Evensong. It is partly based on the chants and hymns of 12th century Abbess Hildegard von Bingen. Kevin brings these gothic sounds into the 21st century. →

Wordless Echoes

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 three to six hours of uninterrupted music:

Ambient New Year’s Eve Soundscape – Non-Narrated

A Downtempo Ambient soundscape for New Year's Eve, with a beat. Four Hours of un-interrupted, non-narrated groove, for celebrating, chilling, and contemplating the new year.

Winterfest

An uninterrupted three-hour soundscape for the winter holidays, featuring music new and old by Tim Story, David Arkenstone, Forrest Fang, George Winston, and many more.

Winter Winds

An uninterrupted three-hour soundscape for snowy days, featuring music by Erik Wollo, Darshan Ambient, Saul Stokes, Klaus Schulze, and many more.

Snow Angels

An uninterrupted five-hour soundscape for the winter holidays, featuring music by Ludovico Einaudi, George Winston, Al Dimeola, Ottmar Liebert, Erik Wollo, and many more.

Wordless Echoes – Thanksgiving

We explore the quiet warmth of an Echoes Acoustic Thanksgiving, in a three-hour uninterrupted soundscape of guitars, harps, pianos, cellos, and more.

Echoes Programs: Last Ten Weeks

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Dec 11 (#2350A)

It has been a great year for new music and we’ll pick out our Top 30 best albums of 2023 on Echoes. You might want to see who is number one, but you will love who is 30.

David ArkenstoneDec 12 (#2350B)

David Arkenstone talks about his album, Winterlude. It’s a seasonal tone poem without Christmas carols and without sleigh bells. Join John Diliberto for this exclusive interview.

Echoes In MemoriamDec 13 (#2350C)

On an Echoes In Memoriam, we remember. Many musicians who lit up the Echoes sky left us this year. Among them are Jeff Beck, George Winston, Ralph Lundsten and Simon Emmerson.

Slow Flow EchoesDec 14 (#2350D)

Outkast’s Andre 3000 goes ambient and new age. We’ll hear music from the rapper’s solo debut album, New Blue Sun which is all instrumental and features no real beats and lots of flute.

AnnaDec 15 (#2350E)

We hear electronic sounds from Brazil when we talk to Anna. She's creating ambient music after a career in thumping techno. But her album Intentions revels in serene melodic cycles.

An Echoes WinterludeDec 18 (#2351A)

It's an Echoes Winterlüde when we hear acclaimed New Age artist David Arkenstone performing music from his new release, Winterlüde. It's the seasonal album of your dreams.

Echoes 12 CDs of the MonthDec 19 (#2351B)

Echoes doesn't have 12 days of Christmas but we do have 12 CD of the Month Picks. We'll go through them, first forward from January and then backwards from December.

Peter Gabriel i/oDec 20 (#2351C)

There will be some seasonal chill in the air on Echoes as we near Christmas. But we’ll also hear new music from Peter Gabriel off his album i/o and Jean-Michel Jarre from Oxymoreworks.

Dec 21 (#2351D)

Can you see the stars in the longest night sky? It must be an Echoes Winter Solstice. Journey through a soundscape of snow-shrouded trees, silent saguaro cacti and white-out conditions.

Dec 22 (#2351E)

Ease into your Christmas weekend on a Seasonal Slow Flow Echoes. We play instrumental music inspired by the season in all its quiet majesty and interior warmth.

An Echoes ChristmasDec 25 (#2352A)

Santa's here and his bag is full of sonic seasonings for an Echoes Christmas. Traditional carols are reinvented and new carols emerge. Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night!

Dec 26 (#2352B)

Lis Addison is a musician, singer, dancer and electronic artist. She’s been making music from chant to meditation and she has a new album called Songs From The Mara.

Pink Sky - DisenchantmentDec 27 (#2352C)

New music from the husband-and-wife electronica duo Pink Sky. They have a synth-infused dreampop sound on their new album, Disenchantment. We’ll also hear music from Robert Schroeder.

Slow Flow EchoesDec 28 (#2352D)

New chamber music sounds inspired by National Parks from oboist and pianist, Jill Haley. It's called The Forests and Shores of Acadia. It’s in the current of a Slow Flow Echoes.

Slow Flow EchoesDec 29 (#2352E)

On a Slow Flow Echoes, new music by Delay Tactics, a progressive rock band from the 1980s that has recently reformed with original members Carl Weingarten, David Udel, and Walter Whitney.

Jan 1 (#2401A)

Before we completely leave 2023 behind, we look back at the Best of Albums of 2023 on Echoes. It was such a good year with artists like BT, Steve Roach and Amaara making it to the final 30.

Ocean Dreaming OceanJan 2 (#2401B)

David Darling passed away in 2021, but Hans Christian took raw recordings from Darling, added his own cello and processes, and created Ocean Dreaming Ocean, our January CD of the Month.

Slow Flow EchoesJan 3 (#2401C)

On a Slow Flow Echoes, Robert Rich and Luca Formentini. Rich is a veteran of electronic music. Formentini is an Italian guitarist. They get together on the album, For Sundays When It Rains.

Slow Flow EchoesJan 4 (#2401D)

On a Slow Flow Echoes, music by Nils Frahm off his deeply ambient 3 hour recording, Music for Animals. We'll also hear the first and final album by Roger Universe.

Slow Flow EchoesJan 5 (#2401E)

On a Slow Flow Echoes, new music by American multi-instrumentalist, David Vito Gregoli and Indian keyboardist and producer, Ricky Kej. It's an eastern world fusion dream called Wild Monsoon.

A Snow Shrouded LandscapeJan 8 (#2402A)

You thought the Holiday season was over and winter music was gone, but no. Echoes is still in a chilled winter mood, especially since we’re supposed to get our first real snow of the season.

Lou ReedJan 9 (#2402B)

Before he died in 2013, Lou Reed created an ambient album called Hudson River Wind Meditations, which is now being re-released in a deluxe edition. We go back to our interview with Reed.

Steve RoachJan 10 (#2402C)

New music from Steve Roach. The prolific electronic artist plugs in for a purely improvised work of sequencer symmetry called The Desert Winds of Change. We sail the changing winds on Echoes.

Slow Flow EchoesJan 11 (#2402D)

Music from Hollan Holmes. The Texas based electronic artist is a disciple of Steve Roach and you can hear it on his new album, Sacred Places. It’s in the sacred space of a Slow Flow Echoes.

Chronotope Project - ChronologyJan 12 (#2402E)

Electronic sounds from Chronotope Project off the new album, Chronology. I also have a producer from Quebec who is in the Rufus du Sol mode of downtempo, moody songs. He records as CRi.

Jan 15 (#2403A)

Tim Story used to be the ultimate melodicist, but now he’s mutating sounds, often with German icon, Roedelius. Tim Story talks about his evolution from a melody maven to a dissonant dreamer.

Jan 16 (#2403B)

The Grammy winning group, Opium Moon is creating a middle eastern world fusion that is equal parts sacred and sensual. We talk to this ensemble which includes acclaimed violinist Lili Haydn.

Michael RotherJan 17 (#2403C)

Neu! was the 1970s German duo that still influences bands like Stereolab today. Guitarist Michael Rother talks about their gestation as part of Kraftwerk, and we'll hear music from Neu!

Slow Flow EchoesJan 18 (#2403D)

On a Slow Flow Echoes, new space music by Hollan Holmes from his album, Sacred Places and we’ll hear a 1970s French space music pioneer, Zanov from his latest album, Lost in the Future.

Benjamin JayneJan 19 (#2403E)

Lay back on the couch and listen to singer-songwriter Benjamin Jayne. When he’s not making vaguely psychedelic folk music, he’s a psychiatrist. He has a deeply melancholy album called Broken.

Brannan Lane, John Gregorius, and Sean O'Bryan SmithJan 22 (#2404A)

Brannan Lane, John Gregorius and Sean O’Bryan Smith come from different musical worlds - from deep country and western to deep ambience. But they’ve gotten together for an album called Emergence.

Jan 23 (#2404B)

Oboist Russel Walder talks about his new album, Speak to the Storm. It’s a deep world-fusion journey, spiked by sampled Middle Eastern and Indian instruments, percussion and voices.

Trevor Horn: Echoes Ancient and ModernJan 24 (#2404C)

Old music done anew by producer Trevor Horn. He takes tunes from the 1980s, some of which he produced, and reimagines them with new musicians. The album is called Echoes-Ancient and Modern.

Jan 25 (#2404D)

In the current of a Slow Flow Echoes, new music by Syndromeda off the album, Liftoff to Infinity, and Maps has a new release of joyful, upbeat electronics called Counter Continuo.

Myrkur - SpineJan 26 (#2404E)

Get ready for some powerful darkness with new music by Myrkur. The Danish singer is categorized as Black Metal, but really it’s just darker dream pop. She has a new album called Spine.

Calfornia Guitar Trio: Tom Griesgraber, Bert Lams, Paul RichardsJan 29 (#2405A)

The California Guitar Trio Live. As if 18 strings weren’t enough they’ve added six more with Tom Greisgraber on the 12-string Chapman stick. They debut their newest, unreleased music.

Grammy TrophyJan 30 (#2405B)

The Grammys are coming this Sunday, with nominees you’ve heard on Echoes, including Hans Christian and David Darling, Billie Eilish, Bela Fleck, Taylor Swift, Olafur Arnalds and Shakti.

James Asher Peace WagonJan 31 (#2405C)

Get on the Peace Wagon. That's a new composition from new age and world fusion artist James Asher. We’ll also hear music from a new compilation called Music for the Lunar Halflight.

Feb 1 (#2405D)

On a Slow Flow Echoes, New music by Khruangbin. We’ll hear something from their album, A La Sala. We’ll also hear a new track from the ambient firm of Lane, Gregorius and Smith.

Charlie Cunningham - FrameFeb 2 (#2405E)

We put Charlie Cunningham in the picture with his new album, Frame. This English singer song-writer has echoes of John Martyn and Nick Drake and atmospheres of Brian Eno and Harold Budd.

Steve RoachFeb 5 (#2406A)

Take a trip into sequencer delirium with our February CD of the Month, The Desert Winds of Change by Steve Roach. It is a non-stop journey of synchronized patterns and soaring melodies.

Ambiences in BlackFeb 6 (#2406B)

It's Ambiences in Black when we turn the Echoes prism onto the African and black influences in ambient music. They come from many sources, jazz, R&B, Hip-hop and Africa itself.

Feb 7 (#2406C)

It’s an orchestra of the imagination with music by Orchestra Indigo. This is a project of rock artist Rick Randlett. He goes into a cocktail lounge in space for his album, The Small Hours.

Brian Eno's Warm JetsFeb 8 (#2406D)

February 8 marks the 50th anniversary of Brian Eno’s solo debut, Here Come the Warm Jets. This release set the stage for one of the most important artists of the last half-century.

Orchestral Manouevres in the DarkFeb 9 (#2406E)

New music by new wave pioneers, Orchestral Manouevres in the Dark. This electronic duo is still creating sophisticated electronic pop today. Their new album is Bauhaus Staircase.

Fabio MittinoFeb 12 (#2407A)

Listen to looping guitar live when we hear Italian guitarist Fabio Mittino. He has a highly sophisticated looping and processing system and some burning leads that he puts into his sound.

MobyFeb 13 (#2407B)

Moby covers a song by Cream, and it’s not one of the big ones. He takes a haunting track from Disraeli Gears and turns it slowcore. We’ll also hear something from Beautiful Chorus.

Echoes of the HeartFeb 14 (#2407C)

Get close to the one you love for Echoes of the Heart, a Valentine's Soundscape. John Diliberto brings you songs of love and sounds of sensuality for Valentine’s Day on Echoes.

Slow Flow EchoesFeb 15 (#2407D)

On a Slow Flow Echoes, a throwback sound from Ulrich Muehl who recorded as Roger Universe. The name is kinda corny, but the music casts back to a more melodic 1970s sound.

Tom Caufield - CollaboratiaFeb 16 (#2407E)

Guitarist Tom Caufield brings us an album without any guitar. Using synthesizers and a violinist, he channels the sound of progressive groups like Popol Vuh and Vangelis.

Kevin KellerFeb 19 (#2408A)

Kevin Keller talks about his album, Evensong. It is partly based on the chants and hymns of 12th century Abbess Hildegard von Bingen. Kevin brings these gothic sounds into the 21st century.

Feb 20 (#2408B)

Head into psychedelic space on the 50th anniversary of Tangerine Dream’s Phaedra. This is a seminal album that essentially launched the whole sequencer school of electronics.

The Smile - Wall Of EyesFeb 21 (#2408C)

On the next Echoes, new music from The Smile. That’s the project of Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood. We’ll also hear the latest by Mitski, who explores the dark side of our psyche.

Limina - Coming HomeFeb 22 (#2408D)

New music by Limina, an ambient chamber music project from Tyler Durham. He recorded with members of the London Symphony Orchestra to get the crystalline sound of his album, Coming Home.

David Holmes - Blind on a Galloping HorseFeb 23 (#2408E)

David Holmes is a longtime giant of electronic music and a prolific film composer. He teams up with singer Raven Violet to create a politically charged album, Blind on a Galloping Horse.

Echoes Extended

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 non-narrated musical journeys.

  • Ambient New Year's Eve Soundscape

    A Downtempo Ambient soundscape for New Year's Eve, with a beat. Four Hours of un-interrupted, non-narrated groove, for celebrating, chilling, and contemplating the new year.

  • Winter Landscape

    Echoes ExtendedA Winter Holiday Soundscape

    Over six hours of music for the coming of winter, icy landscapes, and maybe a few Christmas carols as well, all presented without interruption or narration.

  • Extended Echoes: The Best Albums of 2023

    The Best Albums of 2023 on Echoes. Listen to our 30 Favorite albums of the year covering the range of the Echoes Soundscape, uninterrupted by announcements, in a continuous stream.

  • The Best Albums of 2022

    Best Albums of 2022

    We count-down the full list of the top 30 Best Albums of 2022, on this uninterrupted, non-narrated stream.

  • Snowman

    An Winter Holiday Soundscape

    Eight hours of uninterrupted music for the winter holidays, featuring classic carols and original tunes

  • An Ambient Americana Soundscape

    Three hours of uninterrupted music for Independence Day, exploring the country-tinged Twangquility of Ambient Americana.

  • Echoes Summer Solstice

    A Summer Solstice Soundscape

    Three hours of uninterrupted music for the longest day, and shortest night of the year, as we celebrate the beginning of summer.

  • Ambiences in Black

    Ambient Music of the African Diaspora

    Four hours of uninterrupted music exploring African and black influences in Ambient music, from Jazz, R&B, Hip-hop and traditional African music.

  • Christmas 2021

    Seven hours of uninterrupted music for the holiday season, featuring wintery atmospheres, creative reinterpretations of Christmas Carols, and original holiday songs, all in a continuous, non-narrated stream.

  • Halloween Soundscape

    Four hours of uninterrupted music from the dark side, exploring the worlds of ghosts, doom, and the unexplained, in an Echoes Halloween Soundscape. 

  • Non-Narrated Echoes - Ambient Chamber Music

    Ambient Chamber Music

    Four hours of uninterrupted, non-narrated Ambient Chamber Music, exploring the intersection of Classical, Electronic, Ambient, and Downtempo musics.

  • The Best of Echoes 2021, So Far

    Listen to an uninterrupted, non-narrated stream of the complete list of 30 best releases of the first-half of 2021.

  • Non-Narrated Echoes - Week 24-2021

    Stream: Week 24, 2021

    Eight hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Agnes Obel, Moby, Erik Wollo, Stephan Micus, and many more.

  • Echoes Week 15-2021

    Stream: Week 15, 2021

    Seven hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring TONTO's Expanding Headband, Lisa Gerrard, Jean-Michel Jarre, and many more.

  • Stream: Week 10, 2021

    Eight hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Pat Metheny, Steve Roach, Mark Dwane, Dead Can Dance, and more.

  • Best-of Echoes 2020

    All thirty of our Best-of 2020 picks, presented without interruption, in a continuous stream.  We start at number 30, and work our way up to our top pick for the year.

  • An Echoes Christmas Soundscape

    Stream: Christmas 2020

    Six hours of continuous, uninterrupted music for the Christmas season from Echoes, featuring tunes from Enya, George Winston, Tori Amos, Sara McLaughlin, and many more.

  • Week 45-2020

    Stream: Week 45, 2020

    Six hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Kraftwerk, Ane Brun, Steve Roach, and more.

  • Week 35-2020

    Stream: Week 35, 2020

    Six hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Erik Wollo & Michael Stearns, California Guitar Trio, Tycho, and more.

  • Stream: Week 34, 2020

    Six hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Agnes Obel, Peter Gabriel, Mark Dwane, and more.

  • Stream: Week 32, 2020

    Six hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Shpongle, Mark Dwane, Thomas Dolby, and more.

  • Stream: Week 31, 2020

    Six hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring California Guitar Trio, Dave Bessel, Nils Frahm, and more.

  • Stream: Week 30, 2020

    Six hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Michael Stipe, Marketa Irglova, Enya, and more.

  • Stream: Week 29, 2020

    Six hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Jim Ottaway, Gyan Riley, Michael Stipe, and more.

  • Stream: Week 28, 2020

    Six hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring California Guitar Trio, Mark Dwane, Jon Hassell, Vangelis, and more.

  • Stream: Week 27, 2020

    Eight hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Aukai, Thievery Corporation, Mike Oldfield, Steve Roach, and more.

  • Week 26-2020

    Stream: Week 26, 2020

    Eight hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Jon Anderson, Moby, Pat Metheny, Steve Roach, and more.

  • Week 25 - 2020

    Stream: Week 25, 2020

    Eight hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Agnes Obel, Jon Anderson, Moby, Mike Oldfield, and more.

  • Stream: Week 24, 2020

    Eight hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Tangerine Dream, Aukai, Moby  Jon Hassell, and more.

  • Echoes Week 23 - 2020

    Stream: Week 23, 2020

    Seven hours of continuous, uninterrupted music from Echoes, featuring Taimane, Dead Can Dance, Robin Guthrie & Harold Budd, and more.