The Cinema Echo
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The Cinema Echo

Fort Worth, Texas, United States | SELF

Fort Worth, Texas, United States | SELF
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Glow - released 01-December-2009
Last Light - to be released 03-April-2012

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The Cinema Echo was founded as in Denton, Texas in 2006 so that a few musicians could make some noise. It has involved several musicians in several roles over the years, and each has left an imprint on the band's sound. The band pulls influence from New Wave, Jangle Pop, Shoegaze, Electronica, Folk, Jazz and Surf music to make a sound very much their own. The Cinema Echo does not sound like other band and with such a wide range of influence, there is something for music lover's of all types to enjoy.

The Cinema Echo released it's first album, entitled Glow, in December of 2009. The album pulled in the best elements of the band and showed off the bands love of playing through multiple styles of music with jangling rock songs like "Liars", hard charging rockers like the album opener "Untilted" and "(909) Panic", and even the avant-garde such as "Everyone Here is in Love with You". It also featured other standout tracks including the ambient and danceable "Bright Child", and the arena folk rocker "Closed Captioning".

On April 3, 2012 the band is set to release Last Light. Like it's predecessor it is a complete DIY effort from the band. The first single "Pixels" is massive sounding New Wave song that combines acoustic and electronic percussion with fuzzy, propulsive bass line that drive atmospheric keyboards and jangly guitars. A concise nine song record, Last Light rewards multiple listens. Last Light also includes "Everything Everything" (the opening track, inspired by the band's love of eighties music by bands such as The Cure and The Police), "RSVP" (a homage to 60's surf music), and "The Great Aerial Wanderer" (a folky song that builds from beginning to end).