Incomplete Mind EP
'Those who danced were thought to be quite insane by those who could not hear the music.' Don't let the flannel shirts and short skirts deter you from getting close to the stage at a Real Be Easys show. The 18 - 35 music aficionado hipsters make up only about 50% of the audience. The other half are a mix of classic rock fans who wish the 60's never ended, or Alternative Rockers that still have Nirvana and Stone Temple Pilots CD's in their Stereos. That being said if all the bands from the 90's and the 60's had an orgy without protection, Real Be Easys would be the resulting child. Similar to a newborn baby, the tunes of Real Be Easys are sticky or "catchy" and really hard to get out... of your head. In 2009 Real Be Easys plan to release 2 full length LP's of psychedelic and experimental Alternative-Retro-Rock. Very heavily influenced by Grizzly Bear, Animal Collective, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Dandy Warholes, Beck, Portishead, the Beatles, STP, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, & Prince. A far cry from funky rock tracks like "Ipso Facto," off their previous release Lost Paradise, which reached number 1 on Mike Pinder's top 10 songs of 2008 on Indie-Music.com. Also "Schizophrenic man" off the Real Be Easys Mushroom EP received honorable mention in Billboards 2008 independent song competition. Evan Jaffee songwriter/singer/guitarist of Real Be Easys has dedicated his life to perfecting the art of writing hit songs with Universal Appeal. With a catalogue of songs that grows like cells multiply, in the past 5 months Evan has signed licensing deals with 7 different companies. This being a fulltime job for Evan, he spends day and night honing his songwriting craft by constantly communicating with fans and coming up with ways to make the online experience with the band more interactive. It is the goal of Real Be Easys to give our fans greater and faster access to our shows, lives and thoughts. The Easys have grown accustomed to roaming the road, humbled by the notion that another crowd in another town off another interstate may still be out there, waiting to be beguiled. The Easys have cut their teeth on the molten crag that is the urban pavement of New York City, before carrying their raucous on to whatever locale would tolerate their madness, from Philly to Bal'more, from Brooklyn to Harrisburg. Since their last live performance Real Be Easys have turned their practice space into a recording studio and have begun a freethinking music experiment to create great songs. Be sure to pick up "Some Odd" first of two RBE releases scheduled for 2009.