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Rich Ruth's Eclectic Fusion & Steve Roach Structures from Silence at 40 in Echoes Podcast. Rich Ruth with Mikaela Davis at Johnny Brenda’s Photo: J.Diliberto In a double-shot Echoes Podcast we’ll hear from Rich Ruth and Steve Roach talking about the anniversary of Structures from Silence First in the Echoes Podcast we talk to Rich Ruth. That’s the …
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Tim Blake's Crystal Cognition from Gong to Hawkwind to Crystal Machine: The Echoes Podcast Electronic artist Tim Blake was there at the beginning, playing synth for space rockers Gong and Hawkwind and launching his own project of synthesizers and lasers, Crystal Machine. Now a triple CD box of his first three albums has been released as Crystal Pre…
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Nanocluster Fun with Immersion's Colin Newman and Malka Spigel: The Echoes Podcast Colin Newman is part of the iconic post-punk band Wire. Malka Spigel is from the Israeli group Minimal Compact. Together they record as Immersion. With their new series of albums, Nanocluster, they work with collaborators, sort of Immersion Plus, and that music is di…
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Zanias! #1 in The Best of Echoes 2024, So Far: The Echoes Podcast Interview This week we dropped our list of The Best of Echoes 2024, So Far Top 30. It’s our trip through our favorite recordings as we hit the mid-point of the year. Topping that list at number one is an artist who many people probably still don’t know even though I’ve been playing h…
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Carl Craig's Revolutionary Art: The Echoes Podcast In the Echoes Podcast, a giant of techno music Carl Craig. His music burst through all the stereotypes of techno to create a more symphonic sound and he’s even had his music played with a symphony. Under many names, he’s been releasing solo music and remixing everyone from Tori Amos to Manuel Götts…
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Sean Ono Lennon: The Complete Echoes Interview A couple of weeks ago, I brought you our produced interview with Sean Ono Lennon. But that interview was so good and so wide-ranging, I thought you might like to hear the entire interview. Lennon is, of course, the son of John Lennon and Yoko Ono and we talked about that, especially their use of astrol…
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A Conversation with Jeff Oster, Vin Downes & Tom Eaton About Seven Conversations: The Echoes Podcast In the Echoes Podcast, one conversation with three artists who have put out an album called Seven Conversations. They are trumpeter Jeff Oster, guitarist Vin Downes and 6 multi-instrumentalist Tom Eaton. These are three musicians you’ve heard a lot …
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The Transcendence of Trio Mediaeval: The Echoes Podcast Trio Mediaeval at Bg Ears Festival with John Diliberto Photo: Jeff Towne In the Echoes Podcast, the celestial sounds of Trio Mediaeval. This extraordinary group of singers channel sounds from the Middle ages up through contemporary composers. We talk to them about their quarter-century journey…
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Sean Ono Lennon's Inner Mounting Psychedelia: The Echoes Podcast In this weeks Echoes Podcast we’re I’m thrilled to bring you an interview with Sean Ono Lennon. Yes, he’s the son of John Lennon and Yoko Ono but if your knowledge of him ends there you are in for a pleasant surprise. He’s been creating his own music over the years with a decided bend…
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Dark Sky Alliance - Progressive Ambient: The Echoes Interview It’s a meeting of artists creating an ambient world, when we talk to Dark Sky Alliance featuring Peter Gabriel drummer Jerry Marotta, guitarist David Helpling, keyboardist Rupert Greenall from The Fixx, and electronic artist Eric “The” Taylor. Their sound is what happens when New Age and…
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Limina's Orchestral Music Between Worlds: The Echoes Podcast Take Sigur Ros, add in strings and a more classical sensibility, and you wind up with Limina. That’s the project of Tyler Durham. He’s a journeyman film composer who creates additional music to accompany scores by Pinar Toprak and James Newton Howard. But Limina is his own expression. He …
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A Long Psychedelic Trip with Zanias: The Echoes Podcast Zanias usually sings words, but on her latest album, Ecdysis, she takes inspiration from Dead Can Dance and Lisa Gerrard and as well as hallucinogenics. I’m just so incredibly fascinated by consciousness and the human mind and everything that it’s capable of. So I had to explore everything tha…
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A Journey in Ambient Classical Music with Roger Eno: The Echoes Podcast John Diliberto and Roger Eno Brian Eno is a giant figure in modern music and certainly here on Echoes. But in Eno’s shadow resides his brother, Roger Eno, 11 years younger. While Brian used to say he was a non-musician, Roger is very much a classically trained musician, and now…
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An Electronic Life with Le Morte d'Abby: The Echoes Podcat Le Morte d’Abby means “the death of Abby,” but Abigail Lentz, who assumed that artist name, is very much alive and creating some exhilarating electronic music. She was a military brat, but she was also a goth. Now she marshals sequencers, getting them in line. She’s living at the intersecti…
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A Kaleidoscopic View of Kaleida: The Echoes Podcast Interview On the next Echoes, the British-American Duo, Kaleida talk about their album, In Arms. It’s an album fraught with biblical, personal and political references. Christina Wood: It was meant to have a double meaning. It was meant to be like holding babies in arms but also arming yourself to…
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Echoes Podcast: The Ministry of Quiet Resonance and Ashley Capps Opens Our Big Ears It’s Quiet Resonance on the next Echoes when we talk to Tony Pounders. As Quiet Resonance, he composes guitar orchestrations that range from ambient to pastoral to pure space. He also has another side to his life that might surprise you. He’s from Mississippi, a pla…
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Big Ears Festival Founder Ashley Capps Exploding Music Show! Today in the Echoes Podcast we explore Big Ears Festival 2024. This is the annual new music extravaganza in Knoxville, Tennessee of bleeding edge sounds, free jazz, deep ambient and very much more since 2009. This years festival features Andre 3000, Herbie Hancock, Laraaji, Laurie Anderso…
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The 50th anniversary of Tangerine Dream’s Phaedra and The Tangerine Dream Documentary In the Echoes Podcast, head into psychedelic space on the 50th anniversary of Tangerine Dream’s Phaedra. This is a seminal album of electronic music that essentially launched the whole sequencer school of electronics. We’ll hear a meditation on Phaedra with Moby, …
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21st Century Mediaeval Hymns; Kevin Keller-The Echoes Podcast In the Echoes Podcast, we go to the monastery when Kevin Keller talks about his album, Evensong. It’s partly based on the chants and hymns of 12th century Abbess Hildegard von Bingen. You might recall the chant craze of the 1990s when The Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo singing gothic…
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Riding the Storm with Russel Walder: The Echoes Podcast Our CD Of The Month in November was Speak to the Storm by Russel Walder. It was so compelling we had to talk to the oboe player who we first knew as one half of the duo Ira Stein and Russel Walder on Windham Hill Records. The music he makes on his own in his adopted home of New Zealand, is qui…
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Tim Story, Michael Rother, Roedelius and Neu!: The Echoes Interviews Tim Story and Hans-Joachim Roedelius Tim Story used to be the ultimate melodicist with albums like The Perfect Flaw and Beguiled. But now he’s mutating sounds, often with German icon, Roedelius. Tim Story is something of a legend in electronic and new age circles. He’s been record…
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Opposites Meet with Lou Reed, Iasos and Steven Halpern in the Echoes Podcast Before he died in 2013, Lou Reed created an ambient album called Hudson River Wind Meditations that tapped into his spiritual side. Now that the album is being re-released in a deluxe edition, we go back to our interview with Reed talking about it. Lou Reed was an iconic f…
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The Sound of Winter: David Arkenstone-The Echoes Podcast David Arkenstone talks about his album, Winterlude. In the glut of seasonal albums that come out, few rise above the pack. This year, the one star shining in a sea of gilded snow is David Arkenstone’s Winterlude. The 5-time Grammy nominee has created a post-classical chamber work that perfect…
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The Ambient Firm of Lane, Gregorius and Smith: The Echoes Podcast Brannan Lane, John Gregorius and Sean O’Bryan Smith come from different musical worlds that range from deep country and western to deep ambience. They are something of a new age supergroup with 3 musicians, all of who have long and in the case of one, varied careers. They are electro…
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Hans Christian Communes with the Music and Spirit of Cellist David Darling: The Echoes Podcast David Darling was one of the premier new music cellists. He first came to renown performing with the Paul Winter Consort, including work on their classic album, Icarus. He went on to a solo career that has included several recordings on the ECM label, pla…
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This History of Electronic Pop: Orchestral Manouevres in the Dark: The Complete Interview Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark was a band at the leading edge of the electronic pop movement of the 1980s. Just behind acts like The Normal, Gary Numan and Cabaret Voltaire, they brought electronic pop to the top of the English charts. When they began, they…
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Tangerine Dream Founder Edgar Froese's Complete 1982 Interview in the Echoes Podcast Tangerine Dream changed music. Period. There was nothing like them before their 1974 album, Phaedra and a vast landscape of music from Donna Summer’s I Feel Love” to EDM to ambient to dreampop are based on their sonic designs. Edgar Froese was the guiding light of …
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Darkside's Psychic Debut: The Echoes Interview Darkside is the name of a trippy duo that mixes electronics with expansive guitar solos, heavy rhythms and swirling textures. They met in Brown University and began performing together when David Harrington played guitar in Nicolas Jaar’s touring band. Free improvisations in their hotel room led to the…
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Hammock Out of the Void: The Complete Echoes Interview Last January I had a great interview with Hammock, the ambient guitar duo. It was long and wide-ranging but we could only fit so much into a 15-minute piece. Today, however, I bring you the complete interview where Hammock talk about their latest album, Love in the Void. as well as religion, th…
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Devo Turns 50. Hear Their Previously Unreleased 1987 Interview They haven’t recorded anything new in over a decade, and nothing for twenty years before that. Their most consequential body of work was at the turn of the 1980s where they presaged New Wave music. But Devo remains a singularly unique entity. There is no one like them and their influenc…
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Opium Moon's Sound of Unity and Sensuality: The Echoes Podcast Interview Today we journey into world fusion with Opium Moon. This is the Grammy winning ensemble who are part of a new wave of artists fusing sounds from the Middle east. Their music taps the overtly sensual sounds of this region. But Opium Moon’s Lili Hadyn says it’s all about the spi…
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Mimi Page: Dream Pop, Deep Trauma, and Healing: The Complete Interview in Echoes Podcast Mimi Page is an auteur of electronic dream pop and a composer of video game scores. You’ve heard her music turn up in TV series like Dark. We’ve been intoxicated by her for years whether it’s her serene vocals on Breathe Me In, the celestial choirs of Dark Befo…
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Trumpeter Jeff Oster Goes Lo-Fi & Al Petteway Remembered in the Echoes Podcast: The Echoes Interview Photo Credit: Irene Young We go lo-fi and ambient jazz when Jeff Oster talks about his new album, hØwling lØØn. Known for his work with Will Ackerman and FLOW, Oster creates a surreal loungescape that’s quite a bit different. He plays more trumpet t…
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Steve Roach & Robert Rich's Tangerine Dream Experience: The Echoes Interview In this Echoes Podcast episode, I’ve got a special interview with two icons of Echoes who recently played with another icon of Echoes. Tangerine Dream recently toured the US and in several cities, they invited specials guest to perform with them in the improvised encore se…
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The Ambient Jungle: Lis Addison in Echoes Podcast Lis Addison is a musician, singer, dancer and electronic artist. She was schooled in the avant-garde at Mills College with musicians like Terry Riley as teachers. But she fled that for a different sound that embodies chant, meditation, ambient music and often, actual songs. She has a new album inspi…
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Ladytron's Plugged in World: The Echoes Podcast Complete Interview Back in May of this year I interviewed the electronic pop band Ladytron. We ran that feature on Echoes and in the Podcast in the usual, produced form in a 16 minute feature. We only used a small portion of it in the feature, but that interview was such a blast that I thought you mig…
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Anna's Ambience Through Alpha Waves: The Echoes Interview. In the Echoes Podcast we hear electronic sounds from Brazil when we talk to Anna. She started out in thumping hard core Techno but then had her Alpha waves adjusted and came out on the other side of the pandemic with a purely ambient album, Intentions. She got people like Jon Hopkins, East …
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Secret Sky with Caroline Lavelle and Brian Hughes in Echoes Podcast. In the Echoes Podcast we hear from Secret Sky, the world fusion group comprised of Loreena McKennitt band members,’ cellist and singer Caroline Lavelle and guitarist Brian Hughes. They recently released their second album, Opium. They talk about their folk roots, and their move fr…
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The Dream Continues-The Echoes Tangerine Dream 2023 Interview: Echoes Podcast The future is now when we talk to Tangerine Dream. This iconic, innovative band is still going after more than 50 years even if nobody from the 70s, 80, or 90s era of the wired ensemble are still in it. Founder Edgar Froese died in 2015, but before he did, he anointed Tho…
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Deborah Martin & Jill Haley's Ambient Chamber Space Music: The Echoes Interview Neo-Classical meets electronic space on Echoes when John Diliberto talks to wind and piano player Jill Haley and electronic artist Deborah Martin. Jill is known for her decades-long work with the acoustic fusion group, One Alternative, multiple recording sessions on the…
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Moby's Complete 2011 Echoes Interview: Echoes Podcast Moby at his Drum Machine Wall. pic: Diliberto Today, I’ve got another extended Echoes Podcast for you. We’re going to hear from Moby. I’ve interviewed him about 7 times, most recently in the spring of this year. But I wanted to go back to one of my early interviews from 2011. This was the second…
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Mimi Page's Sound Healing Dream Pop in Echoes Podcast: The Echoes Interview Mimi Page is an auteur of electronic dream pop and a composer of video game scores. You’ve heard her music turn up in TV series like Dark. We’ve been intoxicated by her for years whether it’s her serene vocals on Breathe Me In, the celestial choirs of Dark Before the Dawn, …
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Echoes Podcast II: In the Moment with John McLaughlin: The Complete Echoes Interview Several weeks ago we presented you with our produced interview featuring guitarist John McLaughlin. In the Echoes Podcast, we now give you the complete interview. John McLaughlin comes in to talk about Shakti and improvisation. He explains how improvisation is rela…
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Echoes Podcast: Ambiences from the Heartland: SUSS & Balmorhea: The Echoes Interviews The Ambient Country band SUSS struggles with loss and finds a way to be reborn. After co-founding member Gary Lieb died, they had to reevaluate not only their existence, but their sound. Their new double album, SUSS, tracks their journey from union to loss to rene…
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Chinese Poets and Surreal Sound: Robert Rich-The Complete Echoes Interview Robert Rich is the 11th of 30 Icons of Echoes and has been a fixture on the show from the first day. He’s a polymath who is not only adept at many instruments but many other disciplines. They include audio recording and mastering, wine making and dream theory. He writes poet…
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Echoes Podcast; Nathan Speir-From the Basement to the Heavens: The Echoes Interview On Echoes we often have big name artists. Just recently John McLaughlin, BT, Moby and Ladytron have graced the show. But we support lesser known artists with the same enthusiasm, artists who aren’t out in the world and in the case of Nathan Speir, making music in hi…
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Echoes Podcast: The Complete BT Interview We recently featured the artist known as BT on Echoes and in the podcast. But the whole interview was so engaging that we’re going to give you the entire interview here. BT, aka Brian Transeau, is a polymath who gets into the code of his music. Alongside his more rhythm-driven releases, he has a string of m…
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Echoes Podcast: Amaara's Amazing Technicolor Dream Trauma: The Echoes Interview Amaara is actress Kaelen Ohm. She’s been in some recent TV series including the short-lived Hit and Run (Netflix) and the horror series, From (MGM+). That one just concluded its second season. Amaara is actually Ohm’s middle name. In between filming and during the pande…
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Robert Rich's Asian Journey and A Produce Remembered in Echoes Podcast Robert Rich is the 11th of 30 Icons of Echoes and has been a fixture on the show from the first day. He’s a polymath who is not only adept at many instruments but many other disciplines. They include audio recording and mastering, wine making and dream theory. He writes poetry, …
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BT Finds Electronic Grooves in Nature: The Echoes Podcast The artist known as BT, not to be confused with BTS, is a polymath who gets into the code of his music. Among his more rhythm-driven releases, he has a string of more atmospheric, experimental works that began with This Binary Universe. He’s just released the 4th album in this series, The Se…
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