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"Singer-songwriter prodigy"

Recorded at the Hallowed Sonic Ranch studio in Tornillo Tx. this LP from 14 year-old Eastwood High freshman Sebastian Felix is way more accomplished than a CD by a teenager has any right to be. "Predicted" starts off with one helluva one-two punch: the why isn't-this-on-the-radio-right-now title track and the even catchier "Best Friend. The rest of this eight-song debut holds up with guiter-solo-strewn ballads and bellicose rockers. Felix wrote every song and played every instrument on this album, and I've got to admit - I still can't believe the kid is only 14. It's an accomplished, precocious start for a musician with a blindingly bright future. --Ryan B Martinez - What's Up Entertainment Weekly for El Paso


"Trapped in"
"Stop the angels cry" (2010)



Sebastian(BASH) Felix is a 16 yr old from El Paso, Tx. He started playing the guitar at the age of 11 soon after began writing songs and at 14 recorded his debut CD "PREDICTED" in which he played all the instruments. During the summer of 2008 and with the peoples interest of seeing him do live performances Bash was recommended to hire professional musicians. However he wanted other musicans his age and at his current High School he found Chris Frias(rythym guitar) & Mike Russo(bassist) and living near his father's business where they practice he found an amazing drummer Adrian Rodriguez. They have now been performing at several night clubs for the past 7 months including Locofest a large all day concert put on by the local rock station KLAQ where BASH is currently getting airtime with the 3 songs on the EPK. The band has also appeared and performed on KDBC Channel 4 the local CBS affiliate. They will be releasing the second CD "TRAPPED IN" in February, both CD's were recorded at Sonic Ranch Studios in Tornillo, Tx. BASH continues to grow their fanbase of all ages. They will release the bands 3rd CD in early 2010 titled "Stop the angels cry" recorded in Phoenix, AZ produced by Ken Mary former drummer of Alice Cooper.