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CINEMA SLEEP to Release Make Your Way EP March 19th on Standby Records

| 8 February 2013 | Reply


CINEMA SLEEP is redefining rock and roll, recording music that creates a balance between traditional heavy rock with melodic elements twisted with an occasional pop blend.   The five musicians that form CINEMA SLEEP include Brady Reis, lead vocals, Alex Asch, lead guitar and keyboards, Robert McDonald, rhythm guitar, Ryan Meyers, bass guitar and Kevin Vincent, drums, have a stellar resume, quite an accomplishment, considering the bands average age is only 22.  Each individually accomplished, their personal music styles and backgrounds bring a blend of Jazz, rock and pop.  The members had played collectively in other bands and had huge followings, which made the creation of CINEMA SLEEP an exciting transition for their fans.

Produced by platinum record award winner, Kris Crummett, their debut album has been awaited by fans and critics alike and has been well received, being played on radio stations, even before it premiers.

The new EP titled, Make Your Way reflects the bands personal growth.  Still maintaining a sound that made them popular with previous projects, this album takes the music to a whole new level with a more mature sound.  Alex Asch who composes most of the music draws from his jazz training to “write the prettiest music he possibly can”.  Lyricist, Brady Reis, “draws inspiration from personal experiences as well as his interpretation of today’s society.”  The music coupled with the precision of this group of professional musicians creates magic.

Make Your Way Tracklisting:

Through This House

  • Light to Shadows

Take Me Home

  • In Dreams

  • The Response

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