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ECHOTONE

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ECHOTONE REVIEWED

“Echotone” would’ve impressed me 15 years ago. I used to be super into music scenes and how they explore local cultures. Now, a mix of age and disinterest in underground sounds has caused me to shrug at something like this. I appreciate a serious documentary look at the Austin music scene, but I don’t feel the oomph of their fight. While economic factors continue to take a raging dump on artists, I find it super hard to be concerned about the struggle in art-rich cities. Smaller areas have my sympathy, not collectives of people doing this thing for decades.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Nothing

A/V STATS

  • 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby Digital 2.0

RELEASE DATE: 1/23/18

  • 88%
    Video - 88%
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    Audio - 87%
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    Film Score - 85%
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The Plot Thus Far

Austin’s young musicians grapple with difficult questions, giving viewers a glimpse of their lives.

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