Emile is Emilie Kahn. Ogden is her harp. Together they create a chamber folk music with chiming strings and Kahn’s winsome, childlike voice that manages to find depth and authority.
Echoes celebrates the arrival of fall with a soundscape of autumnal moods and melancholy ambiences. These shows tend to take on a more pastoral acoustic tone and there will be plenty of that, but also some electronic tone poems and ambient excursions. Turn your fall foliage into a lightshow with an Echoes Autumnal Equinoxe
Nouveau Flamenco guitarist Jesse Cook came to renown with his debut album, Tempest, in 1995. At the time he road in on the coattails of Nouveau Flamenco pioneer Ottmar Liebert and bands like The Gipsy Kings, but Cook always had his own sound, one that that morphed and fused over the course of two decades and several albums. He’s taken his flamenco influenced guitar playing into new settings with every album. On One World he goes global and electronica in a studio infused album of journeys from the serene to the ecstatic. One world is the Echoes CD of the Month for August.