Singer and songwriter Julia Easterlin started out as a looping musician, but then she collaborated with Malian singer and guitarist Vieux Farke Toure, changed her performance name to Hite and got a live band to play her introspective songs.
Quaeschning & Schnauss’ “Synthwaves” Hangs Ten in the Echoes Top 25 for August. Riding inside the curl behind them are folktronica artist Gordi’s “Reservoir” and Yaima’s New Age World Electro Fusion “Ovo.”
In the Echoes Podcast we go into a musical marriage counselling session with Daron and Jenny Hollowell. They are Nights and weekends and they have a new album called Music for Marriage. As you’ll hear in this interview, it’s not music for setting the mood.
Tamsin Wilson writes about common things like dust and centipedes but turns them into interior epics works. She’s influenced by visual artists, her parents taste in pop and psychedelic music and things that might be crawling around her room or in her head.