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Vox/Pianos/Production: Brooke Aldridge-Astor (Burning Shakespeare)
Guitars: Rick McCollum (The Afghan Whigs)
Touch Guitar/Bass: Jaanus Damsgard
Pianos/Production: Jordan Hedlund
Pianos/Production: Felipe Troncoso (Crisalida)
Guest Artists: Emilio China- Violin (Peter Murphy), Maggie DeMonde- Guest Vox (Scarlet Fantastic), Drums- Matt Marshall, Acoustic Guitar- Johan Engevik, Angel Bourgeois- Backing Vox, Joe Balazs- Backing Vox,
Additional Production: Joe Mabbott, Felipe Troncoso. Engineered + edited by Alex Wheeler @ The Hideaway.
" Imagine Lana Del Rey as a goth-rock ghost haunting a sunken ship... Aldridge’s emotive alto croons, whispers, and wails as liquid strings and effects paint a dark underwater landscape. As it were, the sinking of Titanic served as a major source of inspiration for Echoes & Waves, and the band embarked on musical pilgrimages to the dock where the ship set sail and to the hometowns of victims to record sounds. An impressive debut effort, executed to chilling effect."
-KT LINDEMANN, 90.3 FM- The Current
"It’s goth. It’s metal. It’s rock. It’s pop. It’s, weirdly, a little bit soul music. It’s prog, ferchrissake. It’s future. It’s ambient. It takes a bunch of dark, eerie, interesting genres and stirs them together in a pot with loud, intricate guitars (courtesy Afghan Whigs’ Rick McCollum) at the fore. You think to yourself, one song in (the Nine-Inch-Nailsy “Mother”) “oh, I think I know what this is going to sound like,” and then it doesn’t sound anything like that."
-JON HUNT, L'ETOILE MAGAZINE- We Will Rock You Review