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Bio

Echoreason is a rock band currently based out of Seattle, Washington. The band consists of guitarists/vocalists Eric Krakora and David Whitlock, bassist J. Derek Burgueňo, and drummer Jason Krakora. The band's style varies considerably, but borrows consistent elements from progressive rock, grunge, jazz, psychedelic, and heavy metal. The band played frequently in small venues in Everett area in its early days, and has since moved to play larger venues in Seattle and across the state.

The band was formed in February of 2010 in Lake Stevens, Washington, by original members and brothers Jason and Eric Krakora, bassist Nik Kenney, guitarist Henry Schultz, and keyboardist Kara Luna. Prior to the recording of Echoreason's independent debut EP, "Observations", Schultz had been replaced by vocalist/guitarist Whitlock, who introduced vocal harmonies to the band's sound. After the record's release, Kenney left the band and was replaced by Burgueňo on bass guitar. Luna split ways with the band in early 2012 and the band decided to divide keyboard and ambient duties amongst the remaining members.

"Observations" received airplay on local college radio, and Echoreason appeared in Seattle alternative magazine The Stranger after playing the opening slots for bands such as Sweden's Blindside and Texas' Scale the Summit. The band's energetic live shows led drummer Jason Krakora to secure a sponsorship with Seven Drumworks in early 2012. The band has announced plans to enter Rain City Studios in Portland to record its sophomore record, entitled "Loch". Echoreason is concurrently looking for a record label contract for its third album.

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