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Dayluta Means Kindness When You’re Young You’re Invincible

Dayluta Means Kindness — When You’re Young You’re Invincible (Jan 1st, 2017)

 Dayluta Means Kindness — When You’re Young You’re Invincible Dayluta Means Kindness — When You’re Young You’re Invincible (Jan 1st, 2017)Location: El Paso, Texas
Album release: Jan 1st, 2017
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Duration:     40:10
01 Intro     1:11
02 Warzawa     7:56
03 When You’re Young You’re Invincible     6:43
04 Segue     1:56
05 Fort Lebanon     10:47
06 Young Savagery and General Debauchery     9:45
07 Outro     1:52
≡   Ryan Jimenez drummer
≡   Jesus Chavez guitarist
≡   David Moncayo bassist
≡   Christian Miranda guitarist
≡   Adrian Nava guitaristFotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.                                                      © Photo credit: Andrea Ximenez.
When You’re Young You’re Invisible: Dayluta Means Kindness grow up and out
Eric Acosta | April 15, 2016
♠   I am in the studio with four of the five~piece post~rock juggernaut Dayluta Means Kindness (DMK). The ceilings are tall and the space is large. DMK’s drummer, Ryan Jimenez, does not say much today, but what he says is clear, concise, and crafted: “Meeting these guys, growing with them, and just getting to play music with them ~ I think it’s everything.”
♠   The day is hot, but not unbearable.  There is a small breeze that carries vestiges of winter, cool to contrast the yellow day. The vibe is comfortable and feels of old friends. “For me, it’s family,” one of DMK’s three guitarists, Adrian Nava, says. He’s dressed in black jeans and t~shirt and has a cyber~punk hairdo: shaved on the sides and back with a slag of hair combed to the front; long, gelled and scraping against his brow. He’s played in a lot of genres ~ ska, rockabilly, experimental Latin, and the list goes on. “When you have a brother and sister or whatever, you always have each other’s back. In this group I have their back all the time and it feels really like family to me.”
♠   “If it wasn’t this band, it would probably be something else,” second guitarist, Christian “Reggie” Miranda, says. He is calm and collected and also all in black. When he talks you get this aura of ‘experienced musician’ from him. Miranda is originally from El Paso, but he was living in San Antonio for a while. He is one of the founders of San Antonio post~rock band Bright Like the Sun. Although Miranda had to leave the band to take care of things here in El Paso, he couldn’t stop performing.  “Music is the ultimate form of expression,” he says. “To perform is me being myself, it’s who I am ~ my truest form.” Dayluta co~headline with Bright Like the Sun in San Antonio on Friday, April 29.
♠   Missing from today’s interview is bassist David Moncayo, Jr. Miranda and Moncayo have been playing together in El Paso since 2003; these were their first real bands. Moncayo is also a sound engineer. He tracked and mastered Dayluta’s demo, “The Ground is Lava.” He previously lived in the Oakland/Bay area where he worked with the RX Bandits and Green Day.
♠   “I can see this going somewhere much more than I’ve been able to see anything else going,” third guitarist, Jesus Chavez, says. Chavez is funny, hungover, and clinging to his Pedialite, but he cracks jokes and gets the conversation moving. “Not even in the sense of money, just to get it out there; it’s cool.” Chavez joined the band last January and is previously of El Paso post~rock group Hallows. “I ended up here in a weird way. They kind of roped me in,” he says of his entrance into Dayluta.
♠   “We had already played with Hallows and thought ‘this guy can fit with our band,’” Miranda says. “He’s probably that missing piece to fill out the sound. So we’re like, ‘Let’s try him out, but not tell him.’”
♠   “They asked me to do San Antonio and Austin with them last January,” Chavez says. “They f*ckin gave me a week to go play out of town, man.”
♠   “Yeah and to, like, some sold out crowds,” Miranda adds. “His first show was at this little joint called the Ten Eleven, kind of like Monarch, but longer. There was just over 100 kids in there. It felt like playing Tricky Falls to a sold out crowd.”   More on: http://www.radmageptx.com/
Bandcamp: https://dayluta.bandcamp.com/album/when-youre-young-youre-invincible

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