Once-Abandoned Water Tank, Now a “Sonic Treasure” in Western Colorado, Wins Award (Westword, May 18, 2017)
TANK Center for Sonic Arts, [is the] winner of Colorado Preservation Inc.’s first-ever Preservation Edge Award.

PROGRAM #3981, Rinde Eckert, Bruce Odland, & The TANK Center for Sonic Arts (First Aired: 5/12/2017)  

Composer & sound artist Bruce Odland… along with composer/writer/performer Rinde Eckert join John Schaefer for this edition of WNYC’s New Sounds to present some of the recordings, both secret, and sanctioned, from The TANK, located in Rangley Colorado.

Inside Rangely’s Sonic Cathedral
 (print-only, pdf scan)  (Colorado Life Magazine, Sluice Box, May/June 2017)
Inside this old railroad water tank is a place of perfect sound, where echoes seem to go on forever. By Lisa Hutchins.

Reverberations: A water tank’s sonic splendors  (CBS Sunday Morning, December 25, 2016)
Barry Petersen has a singular story about a one-of-a-kind destination that has to be HEARD to be believed.

High Country News (Issue 48.18, October 31, 2016)
A brief history, by Betsy Marston

Rio Blanco County Herald Times (October 14,  2016)
TANK features Days of Sonic Learning, Eckert concert as season winds down, by Heather Zadra

CBC Canadian national radio broadcast “As It Happens”  (Aug 2, 2016) 
(The TANK Segment at 8:45-16:45)
Canadian Broadcasting interviews Samantha Wade, “The Voice of The TANK”

Craig Daily Press (July 23, 2016)
The TANK in Rangely goes public, dazzling on local and international levels.
Center for Sonic Arts has Saturday public hours, new executive director
By Michael Neary

The Denver Post (June 24, 2016) 
A rusting water tank in the Colorado desert emerges as one of the sonic wonders of the world. After years of improv, the tank in Rangely goes legit as Center for Sonic Arts
by Jason Blevins

Waving Hands Review  (Volume 7, Issue 7, 2015)
From Steam Age to World Music Stage,  The History of Rangely’s “TANK”  by Heather Zadra 

FOX 31 NEWS “How Rangely found its voice in a TANK”    (November 18, 2015)
Video – Watch and “hear” Kevin Torres and Anne Herbst’s video piece on “The Tank.”

WESTWORD  (November15, 2015)
“Musicians and Rangely Residents Join to Save an Acoustic Miracle: Thank You”

ART FORUM Best of 2013  Best of Music (December 2013)
Composer Alvin Lucier names SAVE THE TANK one of the Best of 2013

BBC “Amazing Acoustics turn Water Tower into Recording Studio” (28 August 2013)
Video – “Amazing Acoustics turn Water Tower into Recording Studio”

Colorado Public Radio (25 March 2013)
Audio – “Saving a Musical Wonder”

Channel 9 TV News Denver, CO (12 May 2013)
Video – “Magical music produced inside ‘The Tank’ “

Grand Junction Sentinel Times (7 April 2013)
“Group rallies around Rangely tank and its unique sound”

gwarlingo.com (21 March 2013)
“sonic artist bruce odland: money makes noise, a water tank creates art”

Denver Westword (13 March 2013)
“Save the Tank: Musicians unite to preserve an acoustic marvel in northwestern Colorado”

L.A. Times Best of the Web (9 March 2013)
Albert Lee names Bruce Odland among the best 2013 “Soundsmiths”. 

Arclist Journal (Ralph Melcher) (3 March 2013)
“Hearing Voices (Revisited)”

techo-no-mad.net (10 March 2013)
“Save The Tank!”

geobeats.com (18 March 2013)
Video – “Musicians Band  Together to Preserve a Special Tank”

KCHARRY (22 March 2013)
“An Interview with Bruce Odland – Save The Tank Kickstarter Campaign”

Craig Daily Press (22 March 2013)
“Rangely residents launch campaign to save ‘the tank’ “

Bay Area Sound Ecology (17 March 2013)
“Save the Tank!”

Reverb (29 March 2013)
“Help save  ‘THE TANK,’ Colorado’s acoustic version of the Taj Mahal