Daniel Voth is a two-handed tapping finger-style wizard but with a composer’s sense of arrangement and melody. His album, Trancendance is the Echoes March CD of the Month. Hear John Diliberto’s review with music.
Djam Karet are a now venerable American progressive rock group that doesn’t sound venerable at all. They’ve just released one of their best albums, Sonic Celluloid and they talk about it in the Echoes Podcast.
It’s a Slow Flow Echoes with new music from James Hood who has a new double CD of Hang Drum moods called Pure Ceremony. We’ll also hear ex-King Crimson violinist David Cross reworking a composition from that band called “Starless.”