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There are at least 2 artists with the name Echo Park. There are at least 2 artists with the name Echo Park.
-1. Echo Park (real name Brian Gibbs) is an American [tag]electronic[/tag] musician based in Santiago, Chile. In 2011 he was signed to [tag]dubstep[/tag] producer [artist]Skream[/artist]'s [label]Disfigured Dubz[/label] and is set to release his first single on the label titled "[track artist=Echo Park]Fiber Optic[/track]" on October 3, 2011. He has previously produced [tag]techno[/tag] under the pseudonym [artist]Gunjack[/artist], releasing an album called "[album artist=Gunjack]Return to Form[/album]".+1. Echo Park (real name Brian Gibbs) is an American [tag]electronic[/tag] musician based in Santiago, Chile. In 2011 he was signed to [tag]dubstep[/tag] producer [artist]Skream[/artist]'s [label]Disfigured Dubz[/label] and is set to release his first single on the label titled "[track artist=Echo Park]Fiber Optic[/track]" on October 3, 2011. He has previously produced [tag]techno[/tag] under the pseudonym [artist]Gunjack[/artist], releasing an album called "[album artist=Gunjack]Return to Form[/album]", as well as [tag]chilean[/tag] [tag]hip-hop[/tag] as [artist]Lester Diamond[/artist].
2. Echo Park was the late 90s collaborations between Producer/DJ/Writer Spykid (aka Spykidelic/Tony F Wilson) and Lo Recordings boss Jon Tye. Guests on Echo Park's one album 'The Revolution of Everyday Life' included Thurston Moore, Robert Hampson (Loop/Godflesh/Main) and Sarah & Daren from pro post-rockers, Seefeel. Following Echo Park, Spykid went on to produce with Anjali and presides over his new project for Aurora Borealis - Knives ov Resistance. Tye continues to run Lo and records currently as Milky Globe. 2. Echo Park was the late 90s collaborations between Producer/DJ/Writer Spykid (aka Spykidelic/Tony F Wilson) and Lo Recordings boss Jon Tye. Guests on Echo Park's one album 'The Revolution of Everyday Life' included Thurston Moore, Robert Hampson (Loop/Godflesh/Main) and Sarah & Daren from pro post-rockers, Seefeel. Following Echo Park, Spykid went on to produce with Anjali and presides over his new project for Aurora Borealis - Knives ov Resistance. Tye continues to run Lo and records currently as Milky Globe.

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http://www.facebook.com/echoparkbeats http://www.facebook.com/echoparkbeats
http://www.twitter.com/echoparkbeats http://www.twitter.com/echoparkbeats
 +http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihCZ6y_Klmc&feature=related
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Gunjack http://www.discogs.com/artist/Gunjack

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There are at least 2 artists with the name Echo Park. 1. Echo Park (real name Brian Gibbs) is an American musician based in Santiago, Chile. In 2011 he was signed to producer Skream's Disfigured Dubz and is set to release his first single on the label titled "Fiber Optic" on October 3, 2011. He has previously produced under the pseudonym Gunjack, releasing an album called "Return to Form", as well as as Lester Diamond. 2. Echo Park was the late 90s collaborations between Producer/DJ/Writer Spykid (aka Spykidelic/Tony F Wilson) and Lo Recordings boss Jon Tye. Guests on Echo Park's one album 'The Revolution of Everyday Life' included Thurston Moore, Robert Hampson (Loop/Godflesh/Main) and Sarah & Daren from pro post-rockers, Seefeel. Following Echo Park, Spykid went on to produce with Anjali and presides over his new project for Aurora Borealis - Knives ov Resistance. Tye continues to run Lo and records currently as Milky Globe.