On November 6th, 2007 Kiite Records released for world-wide distribution Eccotonic’s debut CD “Flow Motion”, available on CDBaby.com, Amazon.com and iTunes, as well as through numerous other music outlets. This is a downtempo/lounge/chill-out electronica studio project by LA-based film composer and recording artist Cato. Mixing an eclectic palette of organic and electronic sounds, the music of Eccotonic represents the culmination of a body of work by Cato and his collaborators that spreads over the past several years. It is also a natural extension of his film scoring work, including the track “Cache” that incorporates musical elements from the award-winning film of the same name.
Cato's collaborations with other musicians, most notably singer/songwriter Jenny Campmany, are usually heavily edited, warped, sometimes distorted and otherwise treated through his constantly evolving sonic signatures. These have already made Cato a sought-after creator of music for visual media, having resulted in many scores for award-winning feature films, documentaries, commercials and video games, including the opening music for “Smokin’ Aces” (Universal, 2007), the score for “Semper Fi: One Marine’s Journey” (Showtime, 2007) and the score for the Kevin Spacey production “Mini’s First Time” (HBO, 2006).
The music of Eccotonic has already been selected for CD-compilations (Pacha Ibiza’s “Roof Terrace Vibe Vol. III”), licensed to network television (CBS/Paramount’s “Girlfriends” on UPN), selected to nationally promote the 2009 Ford Focus on its U.S. launch, and played on famed, Santa Monica, California-based radio station KCRW by Chris Douridas.
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