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Echo Collective

Echo Collective Plays Amnesiac (7K! Records)

£24.50

RELEASED: 30th March (Subject To Change)
Double Vinyl LP

Over the past few years orchestral instrumental music from outside the classical establishment has become huge, and Neil Leiter and Margaret Hermant of the Belgian Echo Collective have witnessed the evolution and extraordinary rise of this movement right up close.  They've worked with some of the most important players, including Stars Of The Lid, Dustin O’Halloran and Adam Wiltze’s A Winged Victory For The Sullen and O’Halloran’s solo projects, as well as Jóhann Jóhannsson. And though the Echo Collective members themselves very much do come from within the classical music establishment, they don't care which side of the fence they are seen to be on. It was this which grabbed the attention of German music hub !K7's new sub-label 7K! - who have signed them for a two album deal: first to release the Amnesiac reinterpretation, then for a record of Echo Collective's own compositions.

Tracklisting:

A1. Packt Like Sardines In A Crushed Tin Box
A2. Pyramid Song
B1. You and Whose Army?
B2. I Might Be Wrong
C1. Knives Out
C2. Morning Bell/Amnesiac
C3. Dollars & Cents
D1. Hunting Bears - Like Spinning Plates
D2. Life in a Glasshouse