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On the cusp of the worst slump in Deep Ellum Entertainment in decades, ECHOVIBE was a band that braved the stages of the Dallas Area and grew an exponential following very quickly, even without a recorded album. They were quickly asked to open shows for the likes of Mad Mexicans, Suicide Hook and Drowning Pool. ECHOVIBE were also appreciated by other great musicians such as Brannon Barrett of Hollow, many Local acts and were the House band at Santiago's Bar & Grill, when they didn't have a gig elsewhere. They were a culmination of diversity with a Hispanic Male Guitarist, African American Front-Woman, Italian Female Bassist and a Mixed Breed Creole Caucasian Drummer. No one was sure what to make of them when they marched on stage, but when they started playing with such technical off the cuff prowess and adding improvisational sections, people took notice. They were known for a better cover version of No Doubt's "I'm Just A Girl" and word spread of their unbelievable version of Living Colour's "Cult of Personality". They were the Musician's "ProgPop" Rock Band. Taking influences from the Likes of Dave Matthews, Dream Theater, Skunk Anansie, Fishbone, Foo Fighters, Led Zeppelin & Santana, it was a sight to see and a sound to behold. All that remains are a handful of writing-in-rehearsal recordings that were made.
ECHOVIBE, is currently seeking a Bass-player and Female vocalist to continue this journey.
ECHOVIBE, plans on returning to writing & finally Recording an album sometime in 2015. It will be a fresh sound and new material starting from scratch and revamping some of the songs that made them so profound.