FOR FANS OF Shoegaze, Dream Pop, Ride, Lush, Swervedriver, Slowdive, Blushing, DIIV
EEP is an eclectic shoegaze band formed in January 2019 in El Paso, Texas when 52-year-old Rosie Varela approached Ross Ingram, who owns Brainville Studios in Sunland Park, New Mexico. She asked him if he would help her record a song she had written called “Hogar." As time went on, Varela invited some other local musician friends to join in and what started out as one song eventually evolved into an ethereal, noisy, expansive, and high-energy eight-song album entitled “Death of a Very Good Machine" (released July 24, 2020).
Lawrence Brown III - Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Serge Carrasco - Guitar, Vocals
Sebastian Estrada - Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Synth
Ross Ingram - Guitar, Vocals, Keys, Synth
Rosie Varela - Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Synth
"This album deserves a place in your home, in your heart. If you let this music in, you will be rewarded a hundredfold with each listen."
Mark Anderson, DKFM
"Death of a Very Good Machine‘s latest single 'Outlast You' continues a run of attention grabbing singles that recall 120 Minutes-era MTV shoegaze — i.e., Slowdive, RIDE, Lush, and Swervedriver."
William Ruben Helms, Joy of Violent Movement
"Don’t let the title fool you, this record marks the birth of something very, very good."
Eli Enis, The Alternative