Being an endorser of Ibanez, Yin-Chun Lo plays the guitar in rock band 'ECHO' in Taiwan. ECHO received the nomination for the best rock band in the twenty- second Golden Melody Award in Taiwan. Since he joined ECHO, he and the other members have been invited to play in SXSW , CMJ and Liverpool Sound City Festival abroad as well as in different rock music festivals and live house in Taiwan. Beside his performance, he spent time in teaching and composing movie and advertisement background music.
Based on the charming style of Rock music and the language of the Romantic poets, ECHO has created songs with unique musical style and charming masculine characters, and all these factors are fully expressed through the performance on stage.
ECHO has already published three albums, including the first album called 'The Sensual Drive'. It also has been invited to play in different music festivals all over the world. It is acknowledged by media as one of the most important rock bands in Taiwan,and it has created excellent and unique music.
In 2011 ECHO published its third album called 'Virgin Air', which received the nomination for the best rock bands in Golden Song Award in the following year. In 2012 it was invited to play in SXSW and CMJ musical festivals in the US, followed by the invitation to play in Sound City Festival in Liverpool, England. Its great performance has drawn applause in international media.
ECHO is one of the leading bands that have much influence in musical composition in Taiwan. In 2013 its influence even extended to China. Its song 'Shi-Mao' was used in the movie 'Tiny Times', which is very popular in China and the song has been listened three million times in QQ music station. Over ten thousand readers have sent their shares to others. And it is the top 10 popular topics in YOUKU website. With the popularity of the song 'Shi-Mao' and the introduction in the live TV show 'Witness Great Bands', which has been watched by one million people in China in one month, ECHO is described as 'the symbol of young generation in Taiwan'.