Dev Electric
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Dev Electric

Houston, Texas, United States

Houston, Texas, United States
Band Rock Alternative


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"...But In True DEV ELECTRIC Style, It Got Pretty Hot..."

DEV ELECTRIC was one of the supporting acts for The Veer Union as they made their stop in Houston at Scout Bar recently.

They were supposed to, you know…just warm up the crowd… but in true DEV ELECTRIC style, it got pretty hot…

The band members have been around the Houston music scene over a decade now, but Dev Electric is their new venture. Just to sum up the performance, it’s pure rock and roll energy and awesome crowd interaction. You will be standing shoulder to shoulder in the crowd, but it seems as though they are playing live just for you.


"Dev Electric CD Review"

Dev Electric have released a debut CD that, when listened to, makes you stand up and take notice of this Texas band and realize they are not at all like any other band you have heard. They are better! They have some of the best vocals to be found lately with both lead and backing making for a powerful kick ass sound that is perfectly complimented by outstanding musical contributions from all the band members.

“Red Red Carpet” is great old skool rock with a contemporary edginess! The song is really a standout track on a CD that is packed with standouts of great rock and roll songs. “The Queen” is not your usual rock ballad although there are parts heard throughout that would lead you to believe it is going to be a soft ballad. They prove you wrong in a few bars and sell the song as full on rock to head-bang to! It really showcases what the band is capable of placing forth in a very wide range of performance. “Mr. Machine” lends itself to a small bit of pop mixed in with the rock to make for a stellar tune.

“Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is” is a stunning rock anthem to cover many of the ills of the world today with lyrics that say what so many of us think but they just say it better. Even though the tune is completely different it is a variation of “Barracuda” from Heart but likewise leaves the lyrics open to many interpretations. “Ordinary” ends the CD with another twist by showing the raw talent of the band with an acoustic tune that still reminds you in no uncertain terms that they are always rock and roll through and through.

Their CD reminds you of what great rock and roll that kicks ass really sounds like! They stay true to all the elements of great rock with shredding riffs and a great heavy bassline and pounding drums. All of this is topped with rock vocals that actually stand up to this killer rock sound without losing any range or having any distortion of sound. Their vocals are really outstanding for the clarity and power when placed against their heaviest songs and yet retain all that clarity and quality when placed in a slower tempo rock ballad. Their lyrics seem far beyond many bands with their grasp on the world and speaking of many aspects but without sounding jaded and bitter but rather just getting the message across. This is a must have album for those searching for pure quality rock and roll music! - Muen Magazine

"Dev Electric opens for Fuel at Scout Bar, Houston, TX."

by Rhonda Meredith - Contributing Writer & Photographer

Houston rock band DEV ELECTRIC opened the show for Fuel at Scout Bar Houston last week. The members of DEV ELECTRIC used to be in Glass Intrepid. For twelve years, they were a Houston favorite and performed at Buzzfest, Warped Tour and opened for numerous national acts like Papa Roach, Breaking Benjamin and Three Doors Down for example.

But now, with a new name and equipped with their extensive knowledge of what it takes to be successful, DEV ELECTRIC is poised to take Houston over with their impressive new venture. They are bursting back on the scene armed with a new cd loaded with songs that are familiar as well as catchy. This is sure to make diehard Glass Intrepid fans happy and easily win over new fans at each and every show. Without a doubt, it was awesome performance of pure rock and roll energy.

DEV ELECTRIC is Bryan Scott (vocals), Kyle LeBlanc (bass), Raf Rivera (guitar), and Stu Legge (drums). The band has signed with Silver Tongue Management (John Gomez/John Moyer of Disturbed) out of Austin, TX.

If you missed DEV ELECTRIC at Scout Bar, Fitzgeralds or House of Blues, save the date for Warehouse Live, RocBar or even June 12th where they will be back at Scout Bar Houston opening for The Veer Union!

Keep up with the show dates and band information on Myspace and/or Facebook. -


*Self titled "Dev Electric" record debut 2010



"Some people will argue that rock is dead…we're trying to combat that." The boys in Dev Electric are on a mission. Armed with big riffs, big vocals, and rock swagger, these rock 'n' roll soldiers are ready for battle. Fusing modern rock and old school classic rock with a southern feel Dev Electric delivers a familiar sound with a fresh edge. On their new release Dev Electric showcases a wide range of songs that run from heartfelt acoustic ballads to blistering rockers. Each song has its own identity, but the Dev Electric sound ties it all together creating an impressive debut outing from this brand new rock band. With their recent signing to Silver Tongue Management (John Gomez/John Moyer of Disturbed), Dev Electric is ready to show the world that the snarling beast of rock 'n' roll is alive and well and ready to rock. Dev Electric has been gaining momentum, first with the release of their self-titled debut album, continuing when they signed with Dirtbag/ Warner Bros Records, Silver Tongue Management (co-managed by John Moyer of Disturbed and John Gomez) and Artist International Management (booking agency). The growing Texas fan base has shown that the band is "bursting...on the scene armed with a new cd loaded with songs that are familiar as well as catchy" says Rhonda Meredith of, and this is even as we have already begun working on another album. Dev Electric just returned from two tours first with national act Saliva and most recently with Sick Puppies. The Band has also recently landed their newest single T.G.F.G (THANK GOD FOR GIRLS) on HDNET's cable television series GIRL'S GONE WILD'S "SEARCH FOR THE HOTTEST GIRL IN AMERICA". With this and more in store, Dev Electric is surely on their way, growing and captivating vast audiences quickly.