Julie Slick’s EchoTest teases the electronic asylum of From Two Balconies with two tracks

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Julie Slick is an enigma. Her description of “bassist, composer, and foodie” simplifies her plethora of projects into an quick and catchy tagline, which is a bit unfair as her range is like few others to emerge from the Philly scene.

She does prog, she does rock, she does ambient. And her first effort in 2017 finds her in EchoTest, a genre-spanning collective that pulls from all corners of the industry to create relaxing yet complex tunes. Their newest effort From Two Balconies can only be described as one thing: progressive pop, as shown by their two preview tracks “supercell” and “the mystical connected us”. Continue reading →