The Echo Chamber is a music podcast that is also sorta about video games. The show is hosted by Rhythm Bastard, Jeff Webster, Paolo Viteri (Arcanon), and Mystakin, authors on the Rock Band Network service with various tastes in music. The Echo Crew come together each week to discuss various topics in music and may tie it into their gaming.
Episode 219: Sky Full of Scars
Hey look, it's another episode! At least half of the Echo Crew is here, so that's something. Topics include: Streaming, Overwatch League, MTAC, Rock Band DLC catchup, DropMix new releases, and more!
Episode 218: I Am Subtweeting You With That Last Comment
Amidst the rubble of 2017, we've excavated The Echo Crew and forced them to talk on microphones again. Topics include: Keysanity, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Nier: Automata, fighting games, For Honor, streaming games, going to the movie theater, and more!
Episode 217: Super Marios and Princess Zeldos
Super Mario Odyssey is almost here (when this was recorded), so The Echo Crew has Nintendo on the brain. Topics include: Zelda, Paolo's busy life, Switch knocking it out of the park, Pokemon Snap, Metroid Prime, Gamecube exclusives, Donkey Konga's song list, Rock Band's roadmap, and more!
Episode 216: He's Got Nips Now
It's the first 2-man podcast in quite a while. What could possibly go wrong? Topics include: Tennessee Orlando, Hurricane Irma, the latest, Nintendo Direct, Kirby, Animal Crossing, explaining games for too long, Mario, and more!
Episode 215: Those Glasses Belong in a Museum
Now that there isn't a guest, The Echo Crew reverts back to their madness with a music-focused episode. Topics include: Ideamen, traveling to see bands, the eclipse, Rock Band DLC, 90's music, more concert experiences, anime, and more!
Episode 214: The Echonomicon
The Echo Crew welcome Danny Garfield, the developer of the game The Metronomicon. With the game coming to consoles soon along with an expansion, he chats about the game and shares some behind-the-scenes stories!
Sometimes about music
This podcast is consistently entertaining and gets very weird. I like it!