Tuesday, June 29, 2010

L.A.’s Wake Up Lucid delivers the “raunchy rock” Rolling Stone Magazine expected.

Trio of Cali dates announced. Debut EP out now; new single “Black Hair Woman” available here.

Wake Up Lucid is (L-R): Ian Baca, Ryan Baca, and Jaime Baca



“Black Hair Women” is the new single from the Look Alive People EP by Wake Up Lucid

[STREAM + WIDGET]: http://fairtilizer.com/track/wakeuplucid-blackhairwoman

[MP3]: http://www.fanaticpromotion.com/projects/wakeuplucid/mp3/wakeuplucid-blackhairwoman.mp3


Wake Up Lucid In The Press

“If their demos are any indication of what’s in store, we’re expecting raunchy rock at its best.” - Rolling Stone

“Wake Up Lucid takes you back 40 years in rock ‘n’ roll only to bring you much farther forward than you thought you were.” – Musicspectrum.org

“Forging a fresh take on funk, while bronzing the best in blues, this heavy trio’s stripped-down sound earns their renown.” - Performer Magazine


Wake Up Lucid
Look Alive People

Release Date: OUT NOW

MP3: “A Minor

MP3: “Black Hair Woman


More About Wake Up Lucid

L.A.’s Wake Up Lucid started as a vision of singer/guitarist Ryan Baca’s father who had passed. In the dream they wrote a song together, and the name of the song was “Wake Up Lucid.” Since that fateful night in 2008, Ryan and his two cousins Ian (bass) and Jamie Baca (drums) have quickly burned their name into the rock and roll conscience of Southern California with their old school brew of savage blues, heavy rhythm, and the kind of down home sincerity long lost to middle aged ponytails, how-to-play-guitar videos, and ten thousand dollar “vintage” guitar amps.

In the two years since Wake Up Lucid’s inception, the band has already seen two mentions in Rolling Stone Magazine’s “Smoking Section” and won Urban Outfitters’ “Your Band Here” contest -- two achievements made without a record label or a professional recording. Now, Wake Up Lucid has cut their first EP, Look Alive People, at the fabled Village Studios in West Los Angeles onto two-inch analog tape (what else?) The band continues to gig around the west coast while planning a national tour for the fall. Obviously, the future is definitely bright for this rock and roll family. As Ryan Baca says, “Our dads were brothers. We grew up watching them play together, doing this just keeps up that family tradition.”


Wake Up Lucid Live

07/08 Los Angeles, CA @ Spaceland
07/09 Ventura, CA
@ Billy O's
07/10 San Luis Obispo, CA
@ Frog and Peach


Wake Up Lucid Links



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