Lost Element
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Lost Element

Houston, Texas, United States | SELF

Houston, Texas, United States | SELF
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Lost Element wins best new band of the year 2011 at the 94.5 The Texas Buzz Music Awards. - AD from 95.4 the Buzz


"Lost Element absolutely killed it at the Scout Bar last weekend!...You can expect big things from these guys in the next year!" - AD from 94.5 The Buzz


Great band, great songs... and can actually back it up live!!! Must see this band perform.
- Rod Ryan - 94.5 The Buzz


This up-and-coming band produces a sound that can only be the result of true musical passion. The technical range and boy-ish good looks of the members will have fans of all ages coming back for more. I'm keeping my eyes and ears on Lost Element as i hope to see big things from them. - Allisen Picos - Marketing Manager, Houston Press


Personal experiences combined with influences from the legends define the unique sound of Lost Element and their brand of music. Emotion based lyrics fused with great hooks & steaming leads to entwine your soul with the pulse of Lost Element.

This cd is one of the best i have bought in 5 years, These guys are good, i went to a concert and loved their stuff. If you dont have this cd, you need it. Somewhere in between is amazing. On the edge and the fall are so good! these guys are talented and will become famous!!!

This CD is a must buy! I bought it on just hunch that the rest of the CD might be worth listening to. Let me tell you: This is some of the most original and good feeling music I've heard in a long time. This totally outbeats any band you would hear on the radio. Their on the edge vocals and piercing harmonies mixed with good original rock makes this an album worth buying!!

These guys are the future of modern rock music. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that they will have major success beyond their wildest dreams. The songwriting is extremely well done and very emotional. SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN makes you bang your head, ON THE EDGE will make you gasp for breath, THE ONE will make you cry, and the rest of the album will BLOW YOUR MIND! They have so much raw talent that they couldn't play a bad song even if they tried.

- CD Baby


Houston local band Lost Element recently finished a 6 song EP with engineer Charlie Ray from Digital Services Recording Studio. The band completed the entire project with the studio including Recording, Editing, Mixing, and Mastering as well with some production work. - Digital Services


Man, I feel bad. I saw these guys back in late June I think it was, they kicked some ass and were cool enough to give me a CD. I really like it and can’t believe I forgot to post something about it, sorry guys! I hope at some point I can get them on a show with Melovine. Really love the keys on ‘The One’ and ‘Medicated’… Listening to the album now, damn good! - Project Sanitarium


Discography

Back Again, EP
Released: March 14th, 2011
http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/back-again-ep/id448623532

Somwhere in Between
Released: May 2nd, 2004
http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/somewhere-in-between/id58664775

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Four Houston high school sophomores formed Lost Element in 2002. They were inspired by the genius of Jimi Hendrix and the simplistic hard rock sound of Nirvana. It wasn’t long before they caught the eye of local production company Betts EMR who helped produce their debut album, “Somewhere in Between” in 2004. Shortly thereafter the band went on hiatus as members attended Universities in four different states.

Over the next six years, the members studied music and played in other bands. Eventually, they returned to Texas and reunited to play some shows in Austin. Unfortunately, ex-lead guitarist Matt Battle was struggling with addiction right around the same time the band was set to resume performing. During that time Lost Element drummer, Brian Barrett, solicited the talents of musician and vocalist Omar Lopez to play bass enabling lead singer, Trevor Luthy, to switch from bass to guitar so he could focus on his vocals.

In 2010, the newly formed band began playing shows in Houston and writing new music. Drawing influences from Muse and Silverchair, their song writing soared to another level. They incorporated more piano-laced riffs utilizing the musical prowess of their multitalented lead singer. Omar’s rasp and range of backup vocals lift the choruses to the pinnacle of their potential. Their writing culminated in the release of “Back Again”, a six song EP. The album's music ranges from an acoustic piano ballad drawn from the influences of addiction to a unique blend of guitar distortion and pristine vocals in the vein of Three Days Grace.

Lost Element takes great pride in their live performances. Guitarist Trace Sisson roams the stage with a passionate vigor. Feeding off his energy the dynamics of Trevor and Omar come to life. Sustained by the inventive rhythmic beating from Brian Barrett the band captures the audience with every note. Rod Ryan said, “great band, great songs... and can actually back it up live! [You] must see this band perform.” Lost Element plays every show with a completely live sound. Each and every note produced is pure Lost Element.

Lost Element recently Won best new band of the year at the 2011Texas Buzz Music Awards. The band is currently getting regular weekly radio play on Houston's 94.5 the Texas Buzz. Lost Element is also working on an untitled full-length album, a music video for their song “Fall Guy”, and upgrades to their website. Their calendar is booked through the end of the year with shows, ranging from charity events for the Children’s Music Foundation, to private parties for 94.5 The Buzz. They are constantly writing new songs and practicing with an unequaled hunger.