Elyze Houston, TX, United States

Fans rock-out to Elyze's flare of indie rock and groove to their melodic chords and lyrics. Critics often reminisce of Kings of Leon with Elton Salazar's raw lead vocals and deeply musing lead guitar lines. Elyze's walking bass phrases reminds us of The Smiths, while Alberto "Beto" Hernandez's drums, rhythmic and solid, seamlessly compliments Elyze’s jangle rock style.

Some of Elyze’s influences—The Beatles, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Smiths, and The Black Crows—have all helped forge Elyse’s power pop compositions such as “The Haven”, ”Shooting Flowers”, “Los Buitres”, and “Perfume” that captivate us as fans and gives us that predisposition to sing along and bob our heads in harmony.

Elyze has not been short of sharing the stage with Latin international rock bands at annual music festivals and stunning the local critics…

2011 Radio EXA Music Festival, Brownsville, Texas
Shared stage with—Moenia, Moderato, and Panda

“I loved the show! It was not what I expected!”

Claudia González | Radio EXA Live Brownsville

2012 Unik Music Festival, South Padre Island, Texas
Shared stage with—Plastilina Mosh, Enanitos Verdes, and El Tri

“It is important that our Latino talent is recognized. Congratulations Elyze!”

Teresa Alonso | Telemundo News

Having shared the stage with a myriad of star-power Latin international rock artists, is not the only feat Elyze has achieved. In 2010, Elyze merited the respect, and in succession, the privilege to record their first self-titled EP with renowned producer, Sacha Triujeque, in Monterrey, Mexico. Guest appearances in their debut album included Jumbo artists Charlie, bass player and Beto, drums.