Tag: folk

Fernwood Echoes February CD of the Month

If it wasn’t for Martin Mull’s 1970s TV series, Fernwood T2 Night, the name Fernwood would more instantly conjure up pastoral images of a backwoods town from a time gone by. The band called Fernwood does that, only their backwoods could be in Bangalore, Senegal or in the Appalachian hills. It’s not that the music…

Lyla Foy in Echoes Podcast

Lyla Foy Mirrors the Sky

https://media.blubrry.com/echoespodcast/p/echoes.org/podcasts/EchoesPodcast-LylaFoy.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSLyla Foy Talks About Mirrors the Sky in Echoes Podcast   We first met Lyla Foy in 2013 when she was recording under the guise of Wall. I was seduced by the austere, yet atmospheric songs of her EP Shoestrings, which touched a deep and resonant…

Ane Brun Live on Echoes

Swedish singer-songwriter Ane Brun plays live on Echoes Do you know what the number one most Shazammed song was during this years Superbowl?  It wasn’t anything by Bruno Mars or the Red Hot Chili Peppers.  Instead, it was “Don’t Leave,” a gentle song from Norwegian born and Swedish based singer-songwriter Ane Brun.  We featured an…

Priscilla Ahn Live on Echoes.

Singer-songwriter Priscilla Ahn Plays Live on Echoes Tonight. Hear another child of Echoes tonight when Priscilla Ahn plays live.  The singer-songwriter grew up in Central Pennsylvania where she listened to Echoes on WITF in Harrisburg and WXPN in Philadelphia.  She’s in LA now where she has been crafting introspective personal songs like “Dream” from her…

Moby Talks About Innocents Tonight on Echoes

Hear Moby Interviewed Tonight on Echoes. I don’t know if Moby intended it this way, but Innocents sounds like the conclusion of a trilogy, joining Wait for Me and Destroyed, his two previous albums.  As on those recordings, Moby plays the ambient song-smith, crafting odes of haunting and poignant beauty, making a music that sounds…

Moby Talks About Innocents Tonight on Echoes

Hear Moby Interviewed Tonight on Echoes. I don’t know if Moby intended it this way, but Innocents sounds like the conclusion of a trilogy, joining Wait for Me and Destroyed, his two previous albums.  As on those recordings, Moby plays the ambient song-smith, crafting odes of haunting and poignant beauty, making a music that sounds…

An Echoes Acoustic Thanksgiving with SHEL

Get the right music for your turkey repast with a special Echoes Thanksgiving show of acoustic sounds for late autumn and a live performance by SHEL, the acoustic trio of sisters from Colorado who make a beautifully charming sound on their self-titled debut. The band called SHEL is from a generation of musicians who grew…

A Fanfare to Oblivion with Jonathan Wilson & Hammock

New Music from Hammock & Jonathan Wilson tonight on Echoes Hammock is one of those bands that is consistently name-checked by artists we interview on Echoes. Rhian Sheehan, Mree, All India Radio and more have cited them in recent months.  They return with a new CD that follows on the heels of 2012’s Departure Songs. …

Transmissions: Echoes Living Room Concerts V19

https://media.blubrry.com/echoespodcast/p/echoes.org/audio/NearLight.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSINCOMING MESSAGE: TRANSMISSIONS: THE ECHOES LIVING ROOM CONCERTS VOLUME 19 TRANSMISSIONS is a collection of live Echoes performances that shows Echoes moving into the future in our 25th year.  It’s a merging of electronic, new acoustic, dream pop and ambient chamber music.  This is the center…

Moby’s Innocents Echoes CD of the Month.

Moby Scores Echoes CD of the Month Hat Trick with Innocents. Hear Moby’s Innocents Featured Tonight on Echoes. I don’t know if Moby intended it this way, but Innocents sounds like the conclusion of a trilogy, joining Wait for Me and Destroyed, his two previous albums.  As on those recordings, Moby plays the ambient song-smith,…