Posts Tagged: David Walters

The Echelon Effect ~ Pacific

In only five years, David Walters (The Echelon Effect) has cornered a section of the market to the extent that he’s become the exemplar.  His brand of post-rock is upbeat, ebullient, positive, and crisply mastered.  While others operate in this

The Echelon Effect ~ Pacific

In only five years, David Walters (The Echelon Effect) has cornered a section of the market to the extent that he’s become the exemplar.  His brand of post-rock is upbeat, ebullient, positive, and crisply mastered.  While others operate in this

The Echelon Effect ~ Atlantic (plus surprise side project!)

The Echelon Effect (Dave Walters) produces some of the most euphoric post-rock on the planet.  After teasing us with a preview single last January and an EP last summer, he’s just released the first album of a two-part project.  (Pacific and a physical

The Echelon Effect ~ Atlantic (plus surprise side project!)

The Echelon Effect (Dave Walters) produces some of the most euphoric post-rock on the planet.  After teasing us with a preview single last January and an EP last summer, he’s just released the first album of a two-part project.  (Pacific and a physical

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Winter Music

As the leaves land, as the frost forms, and as the first flakes begin to fall, we set our minds to winter.  Some will experience the stalwart winter of Wallace Stevens, and others the cold, claustrophobic winter of Sylvia Plath.

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Winter Music

As the leaves land, as the frost forms, and as the first flakes begin to fall, we set our minds to winter.  Some will experience the stalwart winter of Wallace Stevens, and others the cold, claustrophobic winter of Sylvia Plath.

The Echelon Effect ~ Field Recordings

David Walters is one of the few artists whose every release is reliable.  The Echelon Effect has a clearly identifiable sound, and has stuck to it consistently.  (The final installment of Seasons might be considered an exception, save for the fact that

The Echelon Effect ~ Field Recordings

David Walters is one of the few artists whose every release is reliable.  The Echelon Effect has a clearly identifiable sound, and has stuck to it consistently.  (The final installment of Seasons might be considered an exception, save for the fact that

The Circle Project ~ elektronik

Oxide Tones’ Circle Project reflects a simple premise: three artists re-record, remix or reinterpret each other’s material.  B covers A, C covers B, A covers C, and “the circle is closed” (with apologies to geometrists, who know it’s really a

The Circle Project ~ elektronik

Oxide Tones’ Circle Project reflects a simple premise: three artists re-record, remix or reinterpret each other’s material.  B covers A, C covers B, A covers C, and “the circle is closed” (with apologies to geometrists, who know it’s really a

The Echelon Effect ~ Seasons Part 4

First off, a HUGE congratulations to David Walters, who announced his four-part Seasons project in April of 2011, and completed his triptych on the last day of December.  Late 2011 also saw the release of Walters’ first physical CD, Mosaic,

The Echelon Effect ~ Seasons Part 4

First off, a HUGE congratulations to David Walters, who announced his four-part Seasons project in April of 2011, and completed his triptych on the last day of December.  Late 2011 also saw the release of Walters’ first physical CD, Mosaic,