Time to relax into the sweet goodnight and let another edition of Echolalia Radio Wash over you!
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We have got a great selection of brand new track and phenomenal new remixes. Scotland’s finest Song of Return bring us a sublime remix of Kids a brilliant track from one of the USAs greatest exports The New Division.
A band I don’t play enough of Asthmatic Astronaut remix Mr Morse’s Collapse. Its a true gem sent from the orbiting black star! Find it on Black Lanterns Collapse Remixes.
Wullae Wright who we’ve played before is known for his acoustic prowess! His track A Story Of A Wall is reborn in this delightful midnight club remix from the electroscopic Ambrose Chappel.
The ever present David Lynch gives us a haunting new track Say It from his fabulous new album The Big Dream. An artist that I’m into at the moment Cloud Boat bring us Bastion from the new one Book Of Hours
Plus the brilliant Public Service Broadcasting with rock ze roll madness in Signal 30. A great slice of futures past with Death in June‘s track We drive East.
The absolutely amazing track Time (Feat. Sacred Animals) from Ireland’s beautiful Young-Wonder. Softly softly comes The Señors of Marseille with Too Late and some post Melancholy from joys only child Princess Reason with We are splitting.
Of course we love our spoken word and this episode of Echolalia has got some amazing spoken word. Dylan Thomas timeless poem Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night. A brilliant social and racial view from Akala with Find No Enemy. A philosophical look at life through Keeping Things Whole from Mark Strand some more extraordinary musings from the the heroic Listener with You have never lived because you have never died
Plus a cause that is close to my heart The West Memphis Three a fantastic reading of Damien Echols Death Row Letter Year 16 1/2 from Johnny Depp.
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I dreamt that I ran to your constantly fading arms, in a snow storm of dying butterflies…
Welcome to another exquisite episode of Echolalia Radio in this episode i want your heart to sing and soul to weep with joy to the hand-picked poets and musicians that are assembled here to catch every tear.
We begin proceedings with Three heart felt songs from the beautiful My Kappa Roots, Cloud Boat and The Cinematic Orchestra and two emotionally charged poems from Sarah Walker – Eclipse and Aubade in Autumn by Peter Everwine read by the brilliant Sondra Morin.
A fallen hero of mine Jeff Buckley brings us Lilac Wine to sip while we admire The Red Paintings and Into the Dust – Mazzy Star while Nicole Blackman and Ian McBryde rip pages from the Black Books and muse on life.
Joining us at this soiree will be an artist I admire breatherholes and the mighty National with a new track Fireproof some Ivor Cutler and Lou Reed may take a spin on the organ. Plus The Boys Next Door May drop by
Plus a bunch more so come on in and please join us at Echolalia radio
Welcome to Episode 11 on Echolalia Radio. Poignant short poems, remixes, cut-ups, electronic deviants and guitar based brilliants are all on today’s menu.
We bring you fantastic spoken word from the late great political thinker Sekou Sundiata, a dark vision of society or simply a dream brought to you through the words of Princess Kelly poem White Line Therapy and some soundscape poetry from Amanda Stewart
Some short funny and telling poems from Robert S. Frost, Charles Bukowski and Robert Creeley.
Some more brilliants from The New Division and a fantastic track from Exsonvaldes. Sounds from an unstoppable musician Scott Weiland, sublime beauty from Beach Fossils,and a great new track from Only Real
and Lost In The Trees,
Groove jumping power from Tweakage, electro education from Tingle In The Netherlands a glitchy variation from the mighty BATHS
and a wonderful version of Jim Morrisons Another Kiss from Sicmas
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A balmy night calls for a glitchy soundtrack. Perfect for your midnight swim and roast swan feast. Here on Echolalia Radio
We feature some great spoken word, soundscape poetry and dark electronic madness perfect for your dinner party listening.
We are showcasing tracks from the amazing Mild Maynyrd‘s 4th album being released for a great cause through Black Lantern Music check any of those links or more info HERE
We are playing the amazing ‘Searching, White’ from the beautiful Silje Nes , Scott Walker gives us a powerful track ‘See You Don’t Bump His Head’ from Bish Bosh. TangType give us a great brilliant track Blank, Lackluster Eyes… Data Takes Over.
A beautiful slice of melancholy from Baths with Ironworks and Eaters upbeat Programme
Some sublime spoken soundscapes from Berlins Tarwater and Sydney’s Emily Grantham plus a cross conversation piece from New Yorks Bongwater.
Fantastic spoken word pieces from Gil Scott-Heron – On Coming From A Broken Home (Part 1) and Ken Nordine interprets some Edgar Allan Poe on The Conqueror Worm.
Plus much much more so come on in the waters fine
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