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In the Echoes Podcast, CloZee talks about a sound that she has called World Bass. She samples global instruments and motifs and puts them in a blender of beats.
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In the Echoes Podcast, Dead Can Dance’s Brendan Perry talks about their conceptual album, Dionysus, a wedding of Greek mythology, tribal culture and global ritual sounds.
Singer Olivia Chaney came to renown as something of a folk revivalist and formed the folk rock group Offa Rex with The Decemberists, but there is more than folk to this enchanting singer.
Mystic Journey sound like the house band in Middle Eastern. We talk to flutist Suzanne Teng and percussionist Gilbert Levy about their world fusion in the Echoes Podcast.
In the Echoes Podcast we talk to the legendary guitarist of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna, Jorma Kaukonen. He has a new autobiography out called “Been So Long.”
Jan Hammer was keyboardist from Mahavishnu Orchestra and creator of the famed Miami Vice TV score. Join us as the 70 year old Hammer casts back on his career and new music in Echoes Podcast.
In the Echoes Podcast, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jimi Hendrix’s monumental Electric Ladyland from 1968. Wilco guitarist Nels Cline, Moby and more talk about this epochal work.
It was 50 years ago that Wendy Carlos released Switched-On Bach, the album that put the Moog synthesizer and electronic music on the map. We go back with Wendy Carlos in the Echoes Podcast.
Fly Jefferson Airplane back to 1968 and their classic psychedelic album, Crown of Creation. We examine this politically and socially charged album in in the Echoes Podcast.
Bill Bruford is in the Echoes Podcast. One of the most erudite of progressive rock musicians, the drummer with Yes, King Crimson and UK now has a doctorate and a book to go with it.