All India Radio pays homage to Pink Floyd and 70s space rock with a conceptual excursion to the beyond on The Generator of All Infinity. It’s Echoes September CD of the Month.
Tuesday, Oct 19, 2021 – Echoes of Dune
Fear is the mind killer. Musicians have been inspired by Frank Herbert’s “Dune” since it came out. On the heels of the new Dune movie, Echoes creates musical visions of “Dune.”
Interview Podcast, Program Highlights
AeTopus in the Echoes Podcast
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Bryan Tewell Hughes, otherwise known as AeTopus, speaks with Echoes about his influences, process, and Sci-Fi musings. His latest album is entitled When.
Reviews & Commentary
Michael Stein and Kyle Dixon’s Stranger Things Theme
The new Netflix Original Series, Stranger Things, is a modern twist on classic sci-fi horror, and its chilling synthesizer-filled score follows suit. Composers Michael Stein and Kyle Dixon tap into an analog sound that began in the 1970s, take it to the 80s and make it timeless.
Wordless Echoes: Confluence
Six hours of continuous instrumental music that featuring diverse musical streams converging and mixing. It includes music from Vic Hennegan, Bill Frisell, Nik Bartsch, Robert Rich, Tomita, BT, and many others.
Wordless Echoes: Walking the Labyrinth
Six hours of continuous instrumental music that navigates geometric pathways, on a journey to deep contemplation. It includes music from The Cavern of Anti-Matter, Vic Hennegan, Neuronium, Patrick O’Hearn, Liz Story, Oregon and many others.
Wordless Echoes: Altitudes
A six-hour uninterrupted soundscape featuring music that explored great heights, including Nicholas Gunn, The American Dollar, Clara Ponty, and many more.
Wordless Echoes: Winter Thaw
A six-hour uninterrupted soundscape featuring music that’s both chilled and warm, including Bill Frisell, Cavern of Anti-Matter, Mind Transport Tools, and many more.
Wordless Echoes: Energy Assembly
A six-hour uninterrupted soundscape featuring energetic music, including The American Dollar, Tuxedomoon, Roger Eno, Jon Hassell and many more.
Wordless Echoes: Sci-Fi
The release of the new Star Wars movie is just the most prominent evidence of a fertile environment for Science Fiction on TV and int he movies. In this Wordless Echoes, we explore the sounds of Sci-Fi, including a few soundtracks, music inspired by movies and literature, and original compositions exploring that interface of science and fantasy.