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Texas Platters
Surfin' Senorita
Music Review  March 4, 1999
"...2 stars --Jay Hardwig AMY ATCHLEY..."

Dancing About Architecture
TV crews come to cover Austin's music scene as more musicians split for more lucrative climes; the Flatlanders keep it intimate, and more stuff happens, too.
Music Column  January 14, 2000, by Ken Lieck
"...New York City has called and two more longtime Austinites have answered, as pop princess Amy Atchley and husband/jazz saxman Elias Haslanger report their relocation to the Big Apple. The couple both played farewell sets in town on Wednesday, with Haslanger explaining that the sudden departure can't be helped, as "the day after I flew into NYC, I found a nice apartment in Park Slope..."

Dream Story
Boy with a horn returns from the Big Apple
Music Story  October 6, 2006, by Jay Trachtenberg
"...Both he and his wife Amy Atchley, a singer he met at the UT School of Music, landed good jobs in midtown. Every day when he got home from work, Haslanger would play his horn and write music, frequenting jam sessions and nonpaying gigs at night in well-known jazz haunts such as the Blue Note, 55 Bar, Smalls, Birdland, and Smoke..."

Amy Atchley
Music Review  May 15, 2014, by Abby Johnston
"...In the Nineties, Amy Atchley flitted between NYC and this Southwest music mecca she currently calls home with husband Elias Haslanger. The seven songs here constitute her first release in five years, and Where You Go settles into a laid-back ethos blasted with a summery, Barton Springs vibe..."

Girlie Action
Girlie action
Music Review  November 20, 2009, by Margaret Moser
"...Amy Atchley entertained local audiences in the pop trio Fabu while attending the University of Texas in the 1990s and has since put her pure voice to successful use in commercial ventures. Her tender heart still lies in the crafting of delicate, folk-flavored pop with a distinctly modern edge, however, as evidenced by her latest, Pretty Muse (Cherrywood Records)..."

Workin', Steamin', Relaxin', Leavin'
Elias Haslanger
Music Story  June 12, 1998, by Christopher Hess
"...Due to financial restraints and the stress of having his wife-to-be, Amy Atchley (a singer-songwriter and former member of Fabu and Hush) here in Austin, he decided to pursue his Master's degree at SWT while playing like mad...."

Govinda Entwined & Entranced (Earthtone)
Texas Platters
Music Review  December 3, 1999, by Raoul Hernandez
"...The rest, "Erotic Mystics," "Temple of Spheres," "In Through Time," and "Split Between Two Worlds" follows suit. Guest vocalist Amy Atchley beguiles Hooverphonically on the standout "Le Zephyr," while Katherine Kalinski and O'Madden duet somewhat Sky Cries Mary on "Scripture of the Anima." Now that Brendan Perry and the queen of goth arias Lisa Gerrard have decided Dead Can Dance separately, maybe O'Madden can pick up a vocalist cheap...."

The Boat
When Rock & Roll Was Dangerous
Music Story  September 24, 1999, by Andy Langer
"...The weekend schedules rotate the same cast of headliners over and over and the last weekly residents to become big-draw weekend acts were Breedlove, Sunflowers, and Steamroller, all more than four years ago. For better or worse, Crooks says his midweek bar receipts seem to indicate something of a surge; the club's owner says that young local acts such as Kitty Gordon, Amy Atchley, Galapagos, Love Supreme, Creeker, Sun Vocina, and of course, Piggiehat could have grown into solid weekend headliners within a year..."

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