Eyes Burn Electric
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Eyes Burn Electric

Kyle, Texas, United States

Kyle, Texas, United States
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"Austin Chronicle"

A new cure classic - last week's 4:13 Dream - ionizes the air around it, but Dremnt The End opener "Stuck in the Love" ingested Robert Smith long before a disco ball lit the cover of this local quartet's eponymous CD. Million-dollar production from credit Svengali Will Hoffman (engineer, mixer, programmer) booms shimmering mid-1980s UK rock with expert evocation. "It was a flashback-lunch drive," nods "Time Out" un-selfconsciously, "sit back and think of yesterday." If Dremnt The End aspires to nothing else, the seamless verve and major label muscle with which it accomplishes exactly that is undeniably impressive for an indie concern. Big, riff-pierced uptempos"Aha" and "The Inside" stand tall alongside the watery current pulsing on "I Want It," though insistent pledge "Pure" raises the specter of mid-1990s flashback glams Sponge. Too long by 10 minutes, this rollout nevertheless evinces nary a chink in it's mirrored armor.

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These indie rockers display upbeat rock intertwined with a little dance. The band has great melodic choruses and the music behind the package is terrific. Resemblances to bands like The Killers and Rock Kills Kid. The slow track "Pure" has to be one of the best slower rock songs I have heard in a while, mixing ambient slow rock guitars with a great chorus and big ending! Check these guys out as you will find a top notch musical act in the genre. As indie as they guys are, the record sounds as if they should be on a major label, which from the sounds of the album, will probably not be too far in the distant future. I'm sure this is just the beginning of what you will be hearing from this band. - Tom Spinelli

"Austin Monthly"

Austin quartet Dremnt The End has assembled a unique collection of tracks on its self-titled release. Overall, the album is an uplifting listen.
- Ward Lowe


Dremnt The End specializes in slick dance-rock ditties powered by sizzling six-string output and catchy hooks galore. The band's huge sound, produced and polished to perfection, should translate into a scintillating live show.
- Adi Anand

"The Daily Chorus"

The Austin area has a ton of talent and this band leads the way! - Tim Towner - Founder of TDC
- Tim Towner


2005 EP Imagineering
2006 EP Album Preview
2007 LP Dremnt The End
2009 EP Eyes Burn Electric



Eyes Burn Electric (formerly Dremnt the End) has burst onto the scene with new music that is familiar but still maintains an innovative spirit. The band consists of Marcus Federman (Vox, Guitar), Ryan Holley (Lead Guitar), Harrell Williams (Drums), and Stuart Rasso (Bass).

After an EP (Imagineering 2005) and LP (Dremnt the End 2007) the band has decided to put out a seven song EP under the new moniker Eyes Burn Electric. When asked why the band changed the name they replied, "We dreamt the end and it was Eyes Burn Electric!" The new EP was produced by Dwight Baker (Kelly Clarkson, Podunk) at Matchbox Studios in Austin. "Morning Light" was produced by Matt Novesky from the Texas band Blue October and "Billie Jean" was produced by the band and engineered by Steve Chadie (Willie Nelson, Los Lonely Boys, Sublime, etc) at Pedernales Studios.

EBE has been busy touring heavily opening for bands like The Bravery, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Riverboat Gamblers, The Sword, Clutch, Hollywood Undead, Rev Theory, Three Six Mafia, Gorilla Zoe, Fair to Midland, Family Force 5, Dredg, Framing Hanley, Del Castillo, The Wailers, Bob Schneider, Vallejo and many others.

Eyes Burn Electric recently signed multiple licensing deals placing their music in shows like The Hills, Real World, Road Rules, Keeping up with the Kardashians, American Made, The Stylist, and many more. Their music was also featured in "The Water's Edge" a Robin Nations Movie.

The band has received multiple awards throughout the five years they have been a band. Most recently they won "Best Performance" at the 2009 Texas Rock Festival. They were awarded a full Shine Drums endorsement and a brand new Shine Drums kit. They also got a Soul Tone Cymbals endorsement. Eyes Burn also won "Record of the Year" for their self titled album in December 2007 at the Clear Channel Texas Buzz Music Awards presented by 94.5 The Buzz in Houston, TX. They also received "Best in Scene-Austin" at the Texas Buzz Awards. The guys were also picked as one of the top 40 unsigned bands in the nation by The Daily Chorus.com. They placed Top 20 in the Sound and Jury competition sponsored by Dell to open up Austin City Limits Festival in 2006. 101X in Austin placed their song "Stuck in the Love" as the theme song to their weekly live music series "Homegrown Live".

Eyes Burn Electric was picked by Papertank Productions to film 2 full length music videos for "Part of Me" and "Stuck in the Love" from their first LP Dremnt the End. EBE was also picked by Austin Cable Channel 15 METV to be a part of their well-known series ME LIVE@ Antones. The website Vimby.com chose EBE to be one of the first bands in Austin to be featured on their well known online site devoted to live music and social networking.

The band recently picked up several endorsements from Sennheiser, Bad Cat, The Print Mind, Shine Drums, Soul Tone Cymbals, and Gibson. With a heavy touring schedule the band hopes to attract more sponsors!!

Eyes Burn Electric has played tons of great shows and festivals over the years including SXSW, Texas Rock Fest, Red Gorilla Fest, South Padre Island Music Fest, Batfest, Pecan Street Fest, ROT Rally, Free Press Houston Block Party, Grind Action + Sports Music Fest, and many others.

EBE recently signed a management deal with Envy Artist Management which is headed by radio personality Zakk United formerly of 94.5 The Buzz. The deal has brought many new opportunities for the band including radio exposure in multiple markets. EBE has been featured on 101X/Austin, 93.7 KLBJ/Austin, 94.5 The Buzz in Houston, 96X/Tyler, 102.3 The Breeze/Tyler, 101.9 The Fire/San Angelo, 102.2 The Edge/Dallas, 97.1 The Eagle/Dallas, and many others.