Saint Of The Echo: “Atomic Outercourse” – cutting edge electronic craftsmanship

Born and raised in the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. Saint Of The Echo grew up listening to bands like Metallica, Iron Maiden, Rush, Van Halen and Black Sabbath etc. He practically disliked electronic music until he came across an English DJ known as Squarepusher. This experience totally turned his vision around and other electronic artists such as Aphex Twin and Ministry started to appear on his radar.

The Saint started with a little help from his best friend JLA and some music production software. Today, the Saint of The Echo simply considers himself an 80’s metal-head who filters his hard rock, metal guitar and bass lines ideas through electronic music.

“Atomic Outercourse” is from the EP - The Quantum Awakening
“Atomic Outercourse” is from the EP – The Quantum Awakening

The Saint of The Echo has risen above the redundancy of most electronic music and created some auditory masterpieces worthy of praise in his catalog of vast styles. Multi-layered beats and absolutely hypnotic melodies assure the listener that much time and effort is spent painstakingly molding tracks to perfection. You know the Saint lives in the studio, night and day, hopped up on a concoction of adrenaline and pure love of his art when you listen to his Dubstep single, “Atomic Outercourse”.

To support this theory look no further than another pulsing, cinematic and epic track such as “The Invisible War”. This kind of cutting edge electronic craftsmanship puts the Saint of The Echo in a class of his own. His music is what the electronic genre needs more of, creating a sound that crosses the boundaries of dance music and extends a hand to those poor souls out there that either don’t appreciate or enjoy it. A metal-head like the Saint of The Echo will know exactly what I am talking about.

There simply isn’t nearly enough electronic music like this. The Saint of The Echo is one of the few artists in this genre, that doesn’t force me to press the skip button when listening to a few of their tracks. Checkout “Atomic Outercourse”, but don’t overlook the other tracks by the Saint of The Echo, that comes your come way!


Rick Jamm

Journalist, publicist and indie music producer with a fervent passion for electric guitars and mixing desks !

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