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      Echo 2 Locate 'Calling Out' By: O.M

      Echo 2 Locate

      Calling Out

      Self Released

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      By: O.M., Contributing Writer

      Boston Rock Radio




      From Maryland, alternative rock band, Echo 2 Locate, has hit the ground running with their EP, Calling Out. The four-track EP is an absolute knockout, leaving you breathless from its energetic and steady strength.

      The release begins with a self-titled track, “Calling Out.” Immediately, it is an anthem. Echoes of “whoa” and drum work with the strongest backbone; this song is one of the best kickoffs to an EP or album that has ever been heard. From the powerful vocals to the ear-catching guitar riffs, Echo 2 Locate has introduced themselves to the world in the best way possible through this track.

      “Faster” begins next, and it is… Well, almost unexpected. Unlike its title, the song is well-rounded and molded into a mellow structure. Rhiannon Neagle’s vocals and Clarke Hildreth’s guitar is so soothing that one may just find themselves swaying along to the beat. Fear not though, Calling Out becomes ‘faster’ once again in the third track, “Everything From Nothing.”

      This song shows a more dramatic side to the band. In some ways, it feels as if Neagle is reciting a poem; a true part of herself is being reflected upon and spoken out loud. Whether this is true or not, “Everything From Nothing” creates a stirring inside one’s brain.

      Too soon, the final single arrives: “Wasteland.” Lyrically and musically, the band has created the tightest knot within this production. Will Servary’s bass and Mike Pritchett’s drums shine equally and just as bright along with Neagle and Hildreth - performing Echo 2 Locate as one whole heart and soul.

      Calling Out is truly a remarkable piece, from beginning to end, and back through it all again, Echo 2 Locate has created something that is filled to the very brim of power. The alternative rock sound is strong, firm, and steady, and all so welcoming in the most warmest embrace music can give you.

       

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