Have you heard Echoes lately?
Echoes has been on the Public Radio airwaves for 25 years, creating a music soundscape for the chillout of the night. But – have you listened lately? Echoes has evolved over the years, to include more vocal music, a wider range of energy and style. It’s still a smooth musical flow, with a chilled-out feel, but perhaps not only for late at night…
You should hear it for yourself: if you haven’t listened lately, here are a few recent programs, and some live performances from the show. If you want to learn more about how Echoes can work on your station, please contact your PRI representative.
Echoes Program 14-35B (Playlist)
English singer Lyla Foy used to record as Wall, but under her own name she’s released an album of ethereal dream pop called Mirrors the Sky.
She comes in with her band to play live.
Echoes Program 14-24B (Playlist)
Sean Carey has created an album of transcendent repose called Range of Light. It uses naturalistic metaphor inspired by John Muir to talk about themes of love and family. He talks about it on Echoes.
A Living Room Concert with Tori Amos:
A Living Room Concert with The Fresh Handmade Sound Collective: