Tag: Tangerine Dream

Philadelphia Electronics & English Dream-Pop

Tonight on Echoes, Music recorded live in Philadelphia when we hear music from Ian Boddy’s Liverdelphia.  The title sounds a bit like a disease, but it’s an awkward amalgamation of Liverpool and Philadelphia where this album was recorded live in concert.  We’ll also hear new music by the English dream-pop band, Still Corners off their…

Living Room Concert: Radio Massacre International

Hear Radio Massacre International in a Living Room Concert on Echoes tonight. It’s a trip into deep space when the English electronic trio Radio Massacre International comes into the Echoes living room and elevates us into the cosmos with a live performance. Below, watch the electronic music video of Radio Massacre International’s “Small Frozen North”…

Jah Wobble & Marconi Union Echoes Podcast.

Hear the Echoes Podcast with  Marconi Union & Jah Wobble In a surprising collaboration, English ambient band Marconi Union teams up with dub bassist Jah Wobble, best known for his work with Public Image, Ltd.  They talk about their album of deep-dub space music called Anomic. Highlights include: Jah Wobble on Marconi Union: I was…

Interview: Marconi Union & Jah Wobble

Hear an interview with Marconi Union & Jah Wobble tonight on Echoes In a surprising collaboration, English ambient band Marconi Union teams up with dub bassist Jah Wobble, best known for his work with Public Image, Ltd.  They talk about their album of deep-dub space music called Anomic. Highlights include: Jah Wobble on Marconi Union:…

Living Room Concert: Radio Massacre International

It’s a trip into deep space when the English electronic trio Radio Massacre International comes into the Echoes living room and elevates us into the cosmos with a live performance. Below, watch the electronic music video of Radio Massacre International’s “Small Frozen North” from their 1995 album Frozen North. John Diliberto (((echoes))) Sign up for…

Ulrich Schnauss Echoes Podcast Interview.

German electronic musician Ulrich Schnauss talks about religion, space music and a return to electronic sound in the Echoes Podcast. Five years after his stormy, end-of-the-world electro-shoegaze treatise called Goodbye, German downtempo synth scientist Ulrich Schnauss returns with a new CD.  Gone are the layers of distorted sound, aggressive grooves and over-driven guitar timbres that…

Ulrich Schnauss: Electronic Memories

Ulrich Schnauss’ A Long Way to Fall  is the Echoes February CD of the Month. Hear an audio version of this review with music in the Echoes Podcast. Five years after his stormy, end-of-the-world electro-shoegaze treatise called Goodbye, German downtempo synth scientist Ulrich Schnauss returns with a new CD.  Gone are the layers of distorted…

Echoes Interviewed on Public Television.

Echoes on TV: Friday Arts, a program on Philadelphia PBS station WHYY,  did a piece on Philly space music and interviewed Echoes John Diliberto & Jeff Towne as well as Chuck Van Zyl from Star’s End and electronic musician Jason Sloan. The feature ran Friday, 1/4/2012, but you can see it online here: http://video.whyy.org/video/2323750666  The…

Post-Space Music From Tim Motzer & Bernhard Wöstheinrich

Space psychedelia descended on the Rotunda in Philadelphia last night.  In the latest concert in the Event Horizon series, it was a three band show with PYXL8R, Groupthink and headlined by Tim Motzer & Bernhard Wöstheinrich. Tim Motzer is sonic experimentalist who you’ll find attending most of the outside music shows in Philadelphia from free…

Still Tangerine Dreaming

There is a nice review of Tangerine Dream’s show in NYC by Jon Pareles in the New York Times.  Nice to see a balanced POV in the mainstream media. Apparently, while they had a bigger venue in New York than Philadelphia, they did not have a bigger audience.  Only a few hundred according to reports.…