Los Angeles, Ca. - From the age of 7, Eddie Laris became a big fan of cinema and filmmaking. In high school, he was involved in school video projects. After graduation, he attended the Art Institute of California and graduated with outstanding achievements in Video Production in 2004. Eddie became a digital film-maker, telling stories with great sound tracks to enhance the impact of his films.
After Eddie’s father passed away in 2006, he found an escape from his reality through his electronic music. He became focused on his true passion and has continued to develop his music to this very day. He listens to artists such as The Cure, Guns and Roses, The Police, Depeche Mode, etc..
In late 2009, he released his debut CD “Auto-Mate”
The single off of his latest project, “Hey, Babe”, is off of this newest CD, “Stereo Box”. It is a retro 80’s style easy groove track with female vocals. Its electronic beat and rhythm is perfect for the club scene. It is very radio friendly and the beat just makes you want to get up and dance. This new CD has new tracks and some popular previous ones on it.
Exile of Silence received his first online interview for ‘Skratch Magazine.com’
Exile Of Silence is currently working with A & R Select in West Hollywood, Ca. for a record deal, publishing, licensing and/or placement opportunities. In the meanwhile, you can listen to and/or purchase his music by logging onto any of the following websites:
www.itunes.com (search: Exile Of Silence)
www.beatport.com (search: Exile Of Silence)
www.promofm.com (search: Exile Of Silence)
For additional information, please contact his PR firm:
A & R Select