Tag: space

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017-Echoes Program 1704C

Syrinx was an Canadian band making an electronic space music a few years before Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze’s seminal works. Their early 1970s works has been collected on a new album, Tumblers from the Vault. We talk to founding members John Mills-Cockell and Doug Pringle.

Sun Ra Arkestra Halloween

It seems like an annual ritual in Philadelphia; the descent of the Sun Ra Arkestra on Halloween. This year, it took place in the cramped, balcony wrapped confines of Philadelphia’s Johnny Brenda’s in a show produced by the Ars Nova Workshop. Led by 91 year old Marshall Allen, the band brought the joy.

Ten Sun Ra Albums to Blow Your Mind

Sun Ra

Calling Planet Earth: Sun Ra, the Original Space Musician: Upon hearing Sun Ra’s “Constellation” in a blindfold test Brian Eno said, “I wish I had done it myself. I’m extremely envious that somebody else did it. I’d give that five [stars] actually.” Guitarist Syd Barrett reputedly blew his mind to The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun…