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Interview Podcast – Echoes

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Echoes Podcast: Steve Roach Past to Future.

In the Echoes Podcast we take a deep dive into the world of Steve Roach. The prolific electronic artist has been part of Echoes for all of its 30 years and more. We've chronicled his electronic evolution more than just about anyone. Steve released several albums in 2019 including Bloom Ascension and Trance Archeology. After several years of modular synth strategies, Ambient-Tribal music returns. We talk about them and new directions with Steve Roach. Read John Diliberto's Review of Bloom Ascension and Trance Archeology Hear Steve Roach's earlier, extended interview from 2017 in the Echoes Podcast.

14 MIN2 d ago
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Echoes Podcast: Steve Roach Past to Future.

Echoes Podcast: Barrett Martin & Darshan Ambient

In the Echoes Podcast, Barrett Martin takes us on a Global percussion Trek and we Remember Darshan Ambient. First we talk to multi-instrumentalist, world fusionist, author, Zen monk and former drummer with Screaming Trees, Barrett Martin. He’s created a world fusion sound with his group in which he specializes in global percussion. We go on a world music journey with Barrett Martin on Echoes. Then, we remember Michael Allison, who recorded as Darshan Ambient. He has a new recording, A Day Like Any Other, but tragically, just as this album was released, Allison passed-away from cancer. We'll hear music from one of the most distinctive and eclectic of ambient composers and hear his life story from interviews we've conducted on Echoes over the last two decades. Darshan Ambient Little Things CD of the Month Review : Darshan Ambient Dream In Blue CD of the Month review.

27 MIN1 w ago
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Echoes Podcast: Barrett Martin & Darshan Ambient

Echoes Podcast: Fink’s Mid-Life Lament

In the Echoes Podcast we talk with Fink. He's a British electronic musician turned ambient singer-songwriter, who creates deep ruminative songs sung in his mellifluous tenor. He talks about his latest album, Bloom Innocent and finds links between blues, electronica and New Orleans.

13 MIN2 w ago
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Echoes Podcast: Fink’s Mid-Life Lament

Echoes Podcast: The Best of Echoes 2019

Last week we counted down The Best of Echoes 2019, a list of our 25 favorite album. Now, Echoes' John Diliberto takes a stroll through that list, giving some context and commentary and highlighting some of the lesser known recordings and artists on the album including Michael Gulezian, Theodore, Mark Dwane, Spatialize, Hugar, Rise, Bluetech and our number one album, The Secret of Letting Go by Rise. Join us in the Echoes podcast as John Diliberto puts words and music to The Best of Echoes 2019. You can see the complete list here as well as a Spotify Playlist. Hear Michael Gulezian Concert. Hear Theodore in Concert Hear Hugar Live Hear Hugar Interview in Echoes Podcast Hear Rise Interview in Echoes Podcast Hear Bluetech Interview in Echoes Podcast Hear Lamb Interview in Echoes Podcast

28 MIN2019 DEC 19
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Echoes Podcast: The Best of Echoes 2019

Echoes Podcast: Vonavi’s UkrainianElectro-Pop

In the Echoes Podcast we travel to Ukraine to talk with Andrei Ivanov, who records as Vonavi. Ukraine is something of a backwater when it comes to any international music scene, but Vonavi has found a way out, through the internet. This young electronic composer has just released his impressive debut album, Reflections. He talks to us from his Ukranian home studio. We also talk to his vocal accomplices, Chris James of Run RIvers and Lorna Rose.

16 MIN2019 DEC 12
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Echoes Podcast: Vonavi’s UkrainianElectro-Pop

Echoes Podcast: Neuland & Fairport Convention

In the Echoes Podcast we talk with Neuland and take a Flashback 50 to Fairport Convention's Liege and Lief. Neuland is the name of a project featuring two former members of Tangerine Dream, Peter Baumann and Paul Haslinger. Baumann was a member of the classic edition of the dream, appearing on albums like Phaedra, Rubycon, Ricochet and Stratosfear.He went on to found the Private Music label. Haslinger was a member in the 1980s, during their Private Music years and most prolific soundtrack years. He went on to release some wonderful solo albums, record with Lightwave and has scored several movies and TV shows, including editions of the Underworld and Resident Evil series, and the TV shows Halt and Catch Fire and Fear the Walking Dead. They’ve gotten together for an all-electronic project that takes them beyond their roots. We talk to Peter Baumann and Paul Haslinger of Neuland in the Echoes Podcast. Then we travel back 50 years to December 2, 1969 and the release of Fairport Convent...

29 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Echoes Podcast: Neuland & Fairport Convention

Echoes Podcast: Interview with Rise

In the Echoes Podcast, Rise emerges from the ashes of Talitha Rise. In 2018 our number one album of the year was An Abandoned Orchid House by Talitha Rise. We interviewed Jo Beth Young and Martyn Barker who made up that group. But now, we’ve gotten a new album by Young, and it’s released just under the name of Rise. It’s called Strangers and that title works on many levels. We’ll talk to Jo Beth Young, who reveals the harrowing changes she endured to emerge with her self-produced album. Join us with Jo Beth Young of Rise on Echoes.

12 MIN2019 NOV 22
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Echoes Podcast: Interview with Rise

Echoes Podcast: Wendy Carlos Switches On 80

We look back at Wendy Carlos on her 80th Birthday. You know that a lot of time has passed when your references become dated. With its array of cords and cables crisscrossed in a patchbay, we used to compare it to a telephone switchboard gone crazy. Well, synthesizers don't look like that anymore, the modular renaissance excepted, and most people under thirty wouldn't know what a telephone switchboard was unless they watch the TCM channel a lot. It was 1968 when Wendy Carlos took her Moog synthesizer and applied it to the contrapuntal 18th century music of Johann Sebastian Bach. The album was called Switched-On Bach and it changed the shape of modern music forever. It took synthesizers out of the world of sound effects and the avant-garde and into the mass market. It's 50 years later and Wendy Carlos first masterwork is now an iconic moment in the history of electronic music. She’s done other great works since. She presaged Brian Eno and Ambient Music with her 1972 album, Sonic Seas...

10 MIN2019 NOV 15
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Echoes Podcast: Wendy Carlos Switches On 80

Echoes Podcast: Voxfire’s 21st Century Chants

In the Echoes Podcast, we get all Medieval on you. Remember when Gothic chant was all the rage in the 1990s? Albums featuring Benedictine Monks and Abbess Hildegard von Bingen hymns were heard in all kinds of configurations by artists, like Sequentia, Richard Souther, Vox and Enigma. A band called Voxfire continues that tradition in the 21st century, taking Medieval chants and turning them into free-floating ambient expanses with beautiful vocals. We talk with the members of Voxfire who infuse their chants with ambient moods, minimalist expanses and even blues harmonica.

13 MIN2019 NOV 8
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Echoes Podcast: Voxfire’s 21st Century Chants

Echoes Podcast: Jill Haley’s Nature Soundscapes

In the Echoes Podcast, we go out to the park with oboist and composer Jill Haley. Her parks have names like Yellowstone, Glacier, Zion, and Badlands. She takes up residence in National Parks, and composes music inspired by the landscapes and her photographs. Haley has played on numerous Will Ackerman productions and is a founding member of the acoustic fusion group, One Alternative. We talk to her abouther latest album, The Winds of Badlands, and her many other recordings inspired by National Parks. Take a walk through the parks with Jill Haley in the Echoes Podcast. And watch out for our Echoes Acoustic Thanksgiving program with Jill Haley and her trio playing live.

11 MIN2019 OCT 31
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Echoes Podcast: Jill Haley’s Nature Soundscapes

Latest Episodes

Echoes Podcast: Steve Roach Past to Future.

In the Echoes Podcast we take a deep dive into the world of Steve Roach. The prolific electronic artist has been part of Echoes for all of its 30 years and more. We've chronicled his electronic evolution more than just about anyone. Steve released several albums in 2019 including Bloom Ascension and Trance Archeology. After several years of modular synth strategies, Ambient-Tribal music returns. We talk about them and new directions with Steve Roach. Read John Diliberto's Review of Bloom Ascension and Trance Archeology Hear Steve Roach's earlier, extended interview from 2017 in the Echoes Podcast.

14 MIN2 d ago
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Echoes Podcast: Steve Roach Past to Future.

Echoes Podcast: Barrett Martin & Darshan Ambient

In the Echoes Podcast, Barrett Martin takes us on a Global percussion Trek and we Remember Darshan Ambient. First we talk to multi-instrumentalist, world fusionist, author, Zen monk and former drummer with Screaming Trees, Barrett Martin. He’s created a world fusion sound with his group in which he specializes in global percussion. We go on a world music journey with Barrett Martin on Echoes. Then, we remember Michael Allison, who recorded as Darshan Ambient. He has a new recording, A Day Like Any Other, but tragically, just as this album was released, Allison passed-away from cancer. We'll hear music from one of the most distinctive and eclectic of ambient composers and hear his life story from interviews we've conducted on Echoes over the last two decades. Darshan Ambient Little Things CD of the Month Review : Darshan Ambient Dream In Blue CD of the Month review.

27 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Echoes Podcast: Barrett Martin & Darshan Ambient

Echoes Podcast: Fink’s Mid-Life Lament

In the Echoes Podcast we talk with Fink. He's a British electronic musician turned ambient singer-songwriter, who creates deep ruminative songs sung in his mellifluous tenor. He talks about his latest album, Bloom Innocent and finds links between blues, electronica and New Orleans.

13 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Echoes Podcast: Fink’s Mid-Life Lament

Echoes Podcast: The Best of Echoes 2019

Last week we counted down The Best of Echoes 2019, a list of our 25 favorite album. Now, Echoes' John Diliberto takes a stroll through that list, giving some context and commentary and highlighting some of the lesser known recordings and artists on the album including Michael Gulezian, Theodore, Mark Dwane, Spatialize, Hugar, Rise, Bluetech and our number one album, The Secret of Letting Go by Rise. Join us in the Echoes podcast as John Diliberto puts words and music to The Best of Echoes 2019. You can see the complete list here as well as a Spotify Playlist. Hear Michael Gulezian Concert. Hear Theodore in Concert Hear Hugar Live Hear Hugar Interview in Echoes Podcast Hear Rise Interview in Echoes Podcast Hear Bluetech Interview in Echoes Podcast Hear Lamb Interview in Echoes Podcast

28 MIN2019 DEC 19
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Echoes Podcast: The Best of Echoes 2019

Echoes Podcast: Vonavi’s UkrainianElectro-Pop

In the Echoes Podcast we travel to Ukraine to talk with Andrei Ivanov, who records as Vonavi. Ukraine is something of a backwater when it comes to any international music scene, but Vonavi has found a way out, through the internet. This young electronic composer has just released his impressive debut album, Reflections. He talks to us from his Ukranian home studio. We also talk to his vocal accomplices, Chris James of Run RIvers and Lorna Rose.

16 MIN2019 DEC 12
Comments
Echoes Podcast: Vonavi’s UkrainianElectro-Pop

Echoes Podcast: Neuland & Fairport Convention

In the Echoes Podcast we talk with Neuland and take a Flashback 50 to Fairport Convention's Liege and Lief. Neuland is the name of a project featuring two former members of Tangerine Dream, Peter Baumann and Paul Haslinger. Baumann was a member of the classic edition of the dream, appearing on albums like Phaedra, Rubycon, Ricochet and Stratosfear.He went on to found the Private Music label. Haslinger was a member in the 1980s, during their Private Music years and most prolific soundtrack years. He went on to release some wonderful solo albums, record with Lightwave and has scored several movies and TV shows, including editions of the Underworld and Resident Evil series, and the TV shows Halt and Catch Fire and Fear the Walking Dead. They’ve gotten together for an all-electronic project that takes them beyond their roots. We talk to Peter Baumann and Paul Haslinger of Neuland in the Echoes Podcast. Then we travel back 50 years to December 2, 1969 and the release of Fairport Convent...

29 MIN2019 DEC 5
Comments
Echoes Podcast: Neuland & Fairport Convention

Echoes Podcast: Interview with Rise

In the Echoes Podcast, Rise emerges from the ashes of Talitha Rise. In 2018 our number one album of the year was An Abandoned Orchid House by Talitha Rise. We interviewed Jo Beth Young and Martyn Barker who made up that group. But now, we’ve gotten a new album by Young, and it’s released just under the name of Rise. It’s called Strangers and that title works on many levels. We’ll talk to Jo Beth Young, who reveals the harrowing changes she endured to emerge with her self-produced album. Join us with Jo Beth Young of Rise on Echoes.

12 MIN2019 NOV 22
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Echoes Podcast: Interview with Rise

Echoes Podcast: Wendy Carlos Switches On 80

We look back at Wendy Carlos on her 80th Birthday. You know that a lot of time has passed when your references become dated. With its array of cords and cables crisscrossed in a patchbay, we used to compare it to a telephone switchboard gone crazy. Well, synthesizers don't look like that anymore, the modular renaissance excepted, and most people under thirty wouldn't know what a telephone switchboard was unless they watch the TCM channel a lot. It was 1968 when Wendy Carlos took her Moog synthesizer and applied it to the contrapuntal 18th century music of Johann Sebastian Bach. The album was called Switched-On Bach and it changed the shape of modern music forever. It took synthesizers out of the world of sound effects and the avant-garde and into the mass market. It's 50 years later and Wendy Carlos first masterwork is now an iconic moment in the history of electronic music. She’s done other great works since. She presaged Brian Eno and Ambient Music with her 1972 album, Sonic Seas...

10 MIN2019 NOV 15
Comments
Echoes Podcast: Wendy Carlos Switches On 80

Echoes Podcast: Voxfire’s 21st Century Chants

In the Echoes Podcast, we get all Medieval on you. Remember when Gothic chant was all the rage in the 1990s? Albums featuring Benedictine Monks and Abbess Hildegard von Bingen hymns were heard in all kinds of configurations by artists, like Sequentia, Richard Souther, Vox and Enigma. A band called Voxfire continues that tradition in the 21st century, taking Medieval chants and turning them into free-floating ambient expanses with beautiful vocals. We talk with the members of Voxfire who infuse their chants with ambient moods, minimalist expanses and even blues harmonica.

13 MIN2019 NOV 8
Comments
Echoes Podcast: Voxfire’s 21st Century Chants

Echoes Podcast: Jill Haley’s Nature Soundscapes

In the Echoes Podcast, we go out to the park with oboist and composer Jill Haley. Her parks have names like Yellowstone, Glacier, Zion, and Badlands. She takes up residence in National Parks, and composes music inspired by the landscapes and her photographs. Haley has played on numerous Will Ackerman productions and is a founding member of the acoustic fusion group, One Alternative. We talk to her abouther latest album, The Winds of Badlands, and her many other recordings inspired by National Parks. Take a walk through the parks with Jill Haley in the Echoes Podcast. And watch out for our Echoes Acoustic Thanksgiving program with Jill Haley and her trio playing live.

11 MIN2019 OCT 31
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Echoes Podcast: Jill Haley’s Nature Soundscapes
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