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THE ELECTRIC ALLEY
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BIO VIDEO
The Electric Alley is a Hard Rock band from Cádiz (Spain) in 2012. The band
started out writing songs and playing local gigs in their hometown. Due to great
demand, and positive reviews in the local press, they decided to record their
first album. the stylel of “Backwards states of society” varies from pure hard
rock all the way to epic ballads via mid-tempo rock. 10 songs that have been part
of the spanish hard rock scene from 2013 and getting excellent album and concerts
reviews from the spanish press (Ruta 66, Radio 3, This is Rock). A remarkable
achievement in 2014 for the band was to lend “No Control” to MOVISTAR TV for the
Formula 1 TV show (as the main program music) along with 5 others songs.

On the band’s last tour, they took their show to the four corners of the country.
From small clubs to National Music Festivals and also, winning some National Music
Competitions.

The scored the soundtrack for “A Lonely Sun Stoty” a Spanish short animated film
with Spanish actors. María Valverde and Mario Casas that has been nominated for
the best short film in the Goya Awards in 2015. The soundtrack is a love story
that captures the essence of rock ballads with an excellent orchestration, and
it’s included in the new album.

Get electrified! is their new studio album which is the crowning achievement of
a long 2015, packed with work. The album was self-produced by the band and
produced by Rafa Camisón (Estudio Sesentaynueve). With this LP The Electric
Alley aspire to reach (audiences) as far as possible, and have contracted with
SSM Music, and independent Danish booking agency with whom they have prepared
their first European tour which will take them to 10 different countries in
the fall of 2015.

Rock is more alive than ever when Get Electrified is playing. A compilation of
10 tracks which evoke the energy and passion that every fan of the genre looks
for when they push “play”. The album is influenced by groups from Led Zeppelin
and the Black Crowes to comtemporary acts such as Rival Sons, Blackberry Smoke
and Mr. Big.
   
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