Echotone documentary gets extended run at Alamo Drafthouse, heads to Houston

Just got word that Echotone, a documentary about the impact of rapid growth on Austin’s music community, is about to get an extended run at the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz on 6th Street, May 6-12. It will also be shown in Houston on May 7 at 14 Pews and May 13-15 at Alamo West Oaks.

I recently gave my take on the movie  after a screening on April 27. (I loved it.) Go see this movie if you get the chance. It’s beautifully shot, full of great music and has a lot of food for thought.

And don’t forget to download the free soundtrack. It features music by Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears, Belaire, Sunset, The Black Angels, White White Light and Dana Falconberry.

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