Arch Echo is a 5 piece fusion progressive rock band based out of Nashville, Tennessee.
Once again, the wonders of related videos on YouTube got me to this band when I was surfing through Plini, David Maxim Micic and Nick Johnston.
This track, unlike the other more well known tracks like “Hip Dipper” and “Color Wheel”, is less “in your face” with more intimate moments, which I really enjoy.
If I had to describe Arch Echo’s sound, I would say “imagine Snarky Puppy decided to play prog metal”, - really amazed by how the classic keyboard sounds are incorporated into their sound without feeling excessively cheesy.
Their excellent musicianship goes without saying, but its worth pointing out that the album has really high production value as well - lucky for us, Arch Echo has released an in-depth mixing tutorial of their track “Hip Dipper” - be sure to check it out https://youtu.be/dJxT5FLK6fU and you will definitely learn a thing or two.
You can learn more about Arch Echo here:
About The Curator - Oliver Cheung
Oliver Cheung is a musician based in Hong Kong. Although he has recently released his debut instrumental progressive rock EP (titled Remembrance), it is only a part of what he wanted to create, as he pursue his passion in music and art with the question, “what else is out there?”