Check out The Resonant Rogues' new album, "Here & Gone Again" recorded and mixed right here at Echo Mountain. If you like it, make sure to buy it!
Empire Strikes Brass recently released their new album, "Theme for Celebration". Give it a listen below and make sure to pick up your hardcopy and a t-shirt at their store!
They'll be having a Mardis Gras and CD release party at Isis Music Hall on Sat, Feb 25th.
We're really looking forward to Jon Stickley Trio's new release, "Maybe Believe". This was such a fun project to have here at Echo Mountain. Make sure to get tickets to Jon Stickley Trio (Album Pre-Release Show) at The Grey Eagle on March 10th.
In the meantime, check out this teaser for the album. There are some fun interviews and great footage of the studio as well.
Congratulations to Asheville's own Secret Agent 23 Skidoo for winning Best Children's Album at the Grammys today! Infinity Plus One was recorded and mixed here at Echo Mountain by our chief engineer, Julian Dreyer!
Check out their acceptance speech below. Don't miss the shout-out to Echo Mountain!
Big shout out to Secret Agent 23 Skidoo for the Grammy Nomination for Infinity Plus One! The album was recorded here at Echo Mountain and engineered by Julian Dreyer.
Greensky Bluegrass have released their new LP, “Shouted, Written Down & Quoted”. They tracked the album here at Echo Mountain a few months back, and it was a blast. We’ve been anticipating this release for a while now, and we couldn’t be more excited about how it turned out. Give it a listen on Spotify or iTunes. It sounds great!
Check out Kree Harrison’s music video for her new song “This Old Thing”. You may recognize where the video was shot. It was a pleasure having Kree and her band in the studio. Be on the lookout for her new album this year!
Also, we got a mention in Kree’s Rolling Stone article!
For all you geeks out there, it’s exciting to note that this album was recorded and mixed fully analog and all to tape. There wasn’t a single computer involved in the process.
Stream the album over at Texas Monthly and check out their interview with the band!