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Eye Alaska

Eye Alaska

Eye Alaska


Brandon Wronski-Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Arrangements Cameron Trowbridge-Guitar, Vocals Chase Kensrue-Piano, Guitar, Vocals Chris Osegueda-Bass, Vocals Han KO-Drums, Vocals Coining the Orange, CA-based group’s eclectic, multi-genre sound as “cinematic rock,” Wronski and bandmates create intricate tracks that mesh and intertwine to form individual parts of a greater story - different scenes for their celluloid masterpiece. For their debut full-length Read more on Last.fm
Brandon Wronski-Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Arrangements Cameron Trowbridge-Guitar, Vocals Chase Kensrue-Piano, Guitar, Vocals Chris Osegueda-Bass, Vocals Han KO-Drums, Vocals Coining the Orange, CA-based group’s eclectic, multi-genre sound as “cinematic rock,” Wronski and bandmates create intricate tracks that mesh and intertwine to form individual parts of a greater story - different scenes for their celluloid masterpiece. For their debut full-length, Genesis Underground, Eye Alaska continues the grandiose-yet-meticulous delivery they’ve adopted as their signature sound. Beginning with their EP Yellow & Elephant, Eye Alaska established themselves as musical experimentalists who weren’t content with playing it safe. By adding elements from a variety of influences, from film scores to world music, and with Wronski’s blockbuster vocals, there was no sure category to peg the band in. With Fearless Records’ faith in the ethos of the band, Eye Alaska stretches even further with Genesis Underground.

Orchestrated by renowned producer Matt Wallace (Maroon 5, Faith No More, Sheryl Crow) and co-produced by Brandon Wronski at the legendary Sound City and Studio Deluxe in LA, the recording experience was that of another caliber. Initially, the recording was done primarily by Wronski, tracking parts individually and layering over; this time, Wallace opted to have the band track together to capture the vibe of their live show. Guitarist Cameron Trowbridge said the time spent with Wallace in the studio was revelatory on both sides of the spectrum. Lead off single “Walk Like a Gentleman” is a soundtrack to summer with cinematic components and a hip hop beat that shows just a few dimensions of the band’s repertoire - expect nuggets of rock, new age, pop, country, hip-hop, world, their brain-child cinematic-rock, and more facets that will appeal to the quick-change music consumers of today.

The band has played three consecutive years at Bamboozle Festival, toured the U.S. on the PacTour with Saosin, Innerpartysystem and P.O.S., and had their music placed on Real World DC. As if their ever-changing sound wasn’t enough to keep the pot stirring, the band takes time to see the bigger picture with charity work selling limited-edition Eye Alaska backpacks with all proceeds going to sponsoring children in Africa. It’s just another statement in the way Eye Alaska have branded themselves as the band who live without borders. Read more on Last.fm.

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