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Prettiest Eyes


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    Don't Call
  2. 2.
    It Cost's to Be Austere
  3. 3.
    El Huelebicho - AJ Davila, Kianí Medina
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    Johnny Come Home
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    I Don't Know
By now, I’m sure you’re familiar with Prettiest Eyes. The group became somewhat of a local legend back in 2013: “Oh, but have you seen them live?” I remember people often telling me.
So finally I had to witness the mayhem for myself. Lead vocalist and drummer Pachy possesses the kind of otherworldly and unrelenting intensity of punk’s forefathers, like a modern-day Nick Cave or Tomata du Plenty. With the powerfully frantic synths and electro-manipulations of keyboardist Paco and bassist Marcos’ slamming waves of distortion—often delivered as he joins you in the crowd—the band will outperform itself at every show, time and time again.
—Bennett Kogon (LA RECORD)
“Last year’s “Pools" having taken up a sizable chunk of our cold dark hearts, we were delighted to hear that LA post-industrial trio Prettiest Eyes have a new gang of crowd-stirrers. None too early, either; once you’ve become accustomed to their clanging synthetic orbit, it’s hard to find other tunes that truly scratch the same itch. Volume 3 bursts at the seams with chrome-dipped timbres and surprise sharp edges, alien klaxon-calls and wailing dissonance offsetting the ziplock’d grease of their insistent drum and bass grooves. Prettiest Eyes are one of the most exciting live bands going on right now, and Volume 3 catches them in fine fettle. It’s out on Castle Face records June 24th”
-Matt Jones (Castleface Records)


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