- Album Mastered by Grammy Award winner Brad Blackwood & Engineered by Isha Erskine.
- Album guests include: Isha Erskine, Prometheus Glover of War Cry Records, Abacus of Brothers Amor, & Adam Theis of Jazz Mafia.
- Touring the West Coast Fall of 2013 & Returning to SXSW Spring of 2014
A Chalkboard’s War Against Erasers, Eliquate’s first full length studio album, is a culmination of the persistence and hard work that Eliquate has exerted over the past eight years. With elements of hip hop, folk, funk, and rock the album reflects the unique qualities that were previously only embodied in their live performance. With thirteen tracks of dynamic melodys and thought provoking lyrics, the album can best be summed up in one word, rare. Still keeping with their DIY ethics, this album was self produced save for the assistance of friend Prometheus Glover.
Mastered by Grammy winning engineer Brad Blackwood, mixed and engineered by the talented Isha Erskine at the legendary Prairie Sun recording studio in Cotati, California, this album is uncommon in both quality and integrity, while also maintaining the high energy of their live performance. Set to release August 20th 2013, Eliquate is proud to present to you A Chalkboard’s War Against Erasers.
Elliot Wright – Vocals
Jamie Schnetzler – Guitar & Sampling
Cosmo Stevens – Bass
Dan Wells – Drums & Percussion
Tanner Christiansen – Keys, Live Sampling, & Monome
Horns By – Adam Theis of the Jazz Mafia
Additional Instrumentation By – Isha Erskine
Additional Percussion By – Prometheus Glover
Samples in Suspect taken from Voyages by Michel Polnareff
Additional Verse in Skin by Abacus of The Brothers Amor
Management – Thomas Dawson, Brian Crabtree, & Sam Working
Produced By – Eliquate & Isha Erskine
Additional Production/Project Manager – Prometheus Glover
Engineered & Mixed By – Isha Erskine
Mastered By – Brad Blackwood
Recorded at Prairie Sun Recording Studios in Cotati, CA
Mastered at Euphonic Masters
Album Artwork – BasicLee
Special Thanks to War Cry Records
© Eliquate Entertainment Group 2013
Album Art Work
Eliquate’s lyrical explanation of ACWAE by Elliot Wright