December 22, 2016 § Leave a comment
September 19, 2016 § Leave a comment
Below the Orkus clipping is a radio interview now from “the vault”, discussing various things that were happening right around, and shortly thereafter the release of A Priori Memoriae…
July 30, 2016 § Leave a comment
The longest Echo Us hiatus has now ended. A new studio site for 2016 and beyond, new music, and for the fall and winter, some ‘moving’ images to bathe in…
…in 2017 Echo Us will release it’s 5th full length album. From early 2015-2016 I spent much of my time blending into rafters. The cubbie holes in various coffee shops and cafes.
Something different yet again strikes, the noise dissipating just a bit…everything is quiet here comparatively so…
My mind is blank, a clean slate. The 5th came from remnants of the others. The Echo Us epi-logue. When it’s time for winter, the inland empire is where we enter…
November 11, 2014 § Leave a comment
Tons of town painting the past two weekends, and getting close to time to get back to work! There are now A Priori digipaks available through echous.net-
…available signed if you’d like! (write us a note to infoATechousDOTnet)
…again- a blog post and pictures from last weekend’s show- https://awordfromwithin.wordpress.com/2014/11/06/echo-us-show-recap-photos-and-more/
November 6, 2014 § 1 Comment
As already shared out on the Echo Us newspage, here are some highlights from the Portland show at Hawthorne Theater Lounge- Sat. Nov. 1st. 2014.
The album has continued to receive amazing reviews around the world- this time in English, and pointing to the fact that there is room for music like Echo Us within academia-
“Echo Us is the brainchild of Ethan Matthews, America’s version of Steven Wilson” “…this album should be required listening for every student entering a music program at college. A Priori Memoriae is worthy of a thesis on several levels: Musical Influences, References, Style, Transitions, Progressions, Time Signatures, Storytelling, Musicianship, Vision, Production, Arrangement, Engineering, Mastering. I could spend an entire semester lecturing on this one album.”