Matthew Meadows
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Matthew Meadows

Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF

Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF
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Etherati - December 12, 2010.



Matthew Meadows is a musician, programmer and retired classical dancer living outside of Seattle, WA. His solo EP, Etherati, was composed, performed and recorded between July, 2009 and December, 2010.

7 days after releasing Etherati to ReverbNation it was the #10 Seattle Alternative, #1027 globally. 7 days after that it was #5 in Seattle and moving up faster than 99% of all artists globally. Within 3 months two songs were licensed for TV/film/radio, online broadcasts reached millions of listeners and the album was selected by more than 20 FM/Podcast/Webzine channels. Artist and press reviews alike have been outstanding:

"The Turk" owns crushing guitar sounds, yet still displays Malmsteenian influences - Markus Ganzherrlich, Rock Metal Bands

“The entire album is off the hook.” - Rick Mizuno, Indies in Motion

"This guy's a tremendous guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He's just awesome." - Allen Cox, The Cox Music Show

Check him OUT...this is SUPERB energy! He’s got guitar chops that go far beyond “just metal” Dick Metcalf - Improvijazzation Nation


The Turk is giving me goosebumps Aqualyra Dec 30

Some of the sweetest riffs I've ever heard. The proverbial "tip of the hat to you" Sir Matthew Rick Frost Dec 28

Data acquired from ReverbNation and Jango indicates extremely high engagement metrics with fans and artists of multiple genres including metal, folk, and jazz. Women ages 35-44 and men ages 25-44 scored the highest engagement, some listening repeatedly to the entire EP. Regression models suggest continued organic growth in plays through Q2, 2011 as Etherati enters distribution.

Between October, 2009 and August, 2010 Matthew played guitar with the Seattle hard rock outfit Zombie Jihad, lead by guitarist Kenan Kelley and featuring vocalist Sean Aust, bassist Christian Mark Wilson, and drummer Jerry Willits.

While living and working in Austin between 1995 and 2005 Matthew played in the tech scene underground band H4ck, a power trio supported by bassist Daniel Easton and drummer Brett Hopkins.