Etro Anime is an electronic band from New York City formed in 1998. Musical genres used by the band include drum and bass, deep house, trip hop, and breakbeat. The name "Etro Anime" means "to be infinite in spirit." The band currently is a collective featuring Anais Alonso on vocals. Led by producer Ted Birkey, the two collaborated with writer/producers Jeff Baldwin, Dave Fisher, John Kanselaar, Keith Schweitzer, Joe Tagliareni, and Malik Worthy to release Etro Anime's second full-length album, "Spreading Silence." Previous members include David Fisher, Tom Welsch, Shambo Pfaff, and Liset Alea, who recorded a solo album for EMI titled "No Sleep" after leaving Etro Anime in 2005. Etro Anime's single "Danger" was used as the introductory music for the video game Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga (only for the American version; the PAL and Japanese versions use "Pray" by Shoji Meguro). Etro Anime's music can be found online on etroanime.bandcamp.com or their MySpace Site www.myspace.com/etroanime.