Eavesdropper

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“Das uber-synthy “Leipzig” and the arena-ready “Rebel” were buzzing around my head days after hearing them. “Phantom” sounds like one of those heartbeat-paced Nine Inch Nails remixes from the mid-’90s, complete with lyrics and a bass-drum beat that’s just all lust and longing and libido. “Hourglass” unfolds like one of those playfully seductive Grimes songs, but then, just as you think the song is ending, a tin-like beat begins, the guitars and keyboard whirlpool around it and front woman Tza (no relation to Wu-Tang members, as far as I can tell) robotically chants “just come with me” over and over as if she were saying it to all of humanity. That song, much like the album overall, is eerie and seductive at the same time, like the world coming to an end, but at the hands of really hot robot overlords.  And with a kick-ass soundtrack.  – Seth Combs – SD City Beat

Release Date: April 21, 2015. Beta/Noise.Records

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Track List:

  1. Eavesdropper
  2. Hourglass
  3. Leipzig
  4. Phantom
  5. Rebel
  6. Fauna

Credits:
Lyrics: Tza
Composition: Tza & Daniel Corrales
Recording: PRGRM (Except Rebel: Tza, Daniel, Eric J. Flynn and Bidi Cobra)
Additional Recording:  Chava – Lead Guitar  – Yeyo – Drums

Tracking & Mixing: Daniel Corrales @ Beta/Noise.Records
Mastering: Eric Broyhill @ Monsterlab Audio

**Available on Digital and 12″ Vinyl Record (LIMITED PRINT 250 Copies) ** – Lyrics

City Beat’s “The Great Demo Review 2015”

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Our friends from San Diego’s City Beat included a review of our debut EP Eavesdropper to this years “The Great Demo Review” – Read Article 

“Hourglass” unfolds like one of those playfully seductive Grimes songs, but then, just as you think the song is ending, a tin-like beat begins, the guitars and keyboard whirlpool around it and front woman Tza (no relation to Wu-Tang members, as far as I can tell) robotically chants “just come with me” over and over as if she were saying it to all of humanity. That song, much like the album overall, is eerie and seductive at the same time, like the world coming to an end, but at the hands of really hot robot overlords. And with a kick-ass soundtrack.” – Seth Combs

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Phantom | Single

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“Phantom is likely the highlight of the three singles. The beats are incredibly solid, and the lead vocalist croons in a dark, elusive delivery that skips in and out of Radioheadesque echoes and David Bowie-like riffs. Bowie may be the most direct comparison we can make, since the track’s experimentation wreaks of Bowie’s 1977 masterpiece record ‘Heroes.’ (Which is a good thing!) The ambient noise, drowned vocals, and abrupt tempo changes indicated by a screeching electric guitar makes this track unforgettably excellent.” – Brett Stewart

Release Date: September 2, 2014

Beta/Noise.Records

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Track Listing:

1. Phantom

Sleep soaking sweat you see arms around me / It’s getting to cold / It’s now colder now we’re free / It’s rising up inside it’s a rise inside of me / It’s getting too dark it’s now too dark to see / It’s getting so hot you can feel around me / My heart is beating faster now I can hardly breath / It’s spinning on top you say you can’t see me / I’m floating away into oblivion / And it’s like a shadow darkened over me / It’s getting too dark / The sky is falling down you see / Nothing is right / It’s all coming down / The ground is shaking up apart / It’s hardly bound

Credits:
Lyrics: Tza
Composition: Tza & Daniel Corrales
Recording: PRGRM
Production:  Daniel Corrales @ Beta/Noise.Records

Devil’s Cellar | Single

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“The music is perfect for fans of alternative rock or electronic music. PRGRM feels like a female-fronted Radiohead/David Bowie hybrid with the cinematic style of Pink Floyd and the angst of the Clash. That’s a great place to start”. -Brett Stewart

Release Date: March 11, 2014. Beta/Noise.Records

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Track Listing:

1. Devil’s Cellar  

open fire / ready kick it in
open fire / feel the danger giving in
gotta find a space / not in or out
gotta find that place / not up or down

and it’s gonna take a little time
and it’s gonna take a little now

open fire / feel it sinking in
open fire / see the danger creeping in
come on find a place / not in or out
if you find that space / maybe up or down

its gonna take a little time
and it’s gonna take a little time now

Credits:
Lyrics: Tza
Composition: Tza & Daniel Corrales
Recording: PRGRM
Production:  Daniel Corrales @ Beta/Noise.Records

Liars, Meet Me In The Bathroom | Single

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“Interesting title, right? ‘Liars, Meet Me In The Bathroom’ starts with building intensity climaxing with a synthesized vocal (Vocoder) designed for the dance floor. The track feels like Thom Yorke’s laptop got combined with a full orchestra, and it works remarkably well. The intensity and drama of the musical accompaniment of ‘Bathroom’ more than remedies the issue”. – Brett Stewart

Release Date: March 4, 2014

Beta/Noise.Records

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Track Listing:

1. Liars, Meet Me In The Bathroom 

Meet me in the bathroom
tell me all about your lies
say that you are my only friend
then we’ll do it all again

on and on and on
said do I
wanted to be over

maybe we can just pretend
liars how we’ve always been
fake it through another day
burn before we fade away

on and on and on
said do I
wanted to be over

Credits:
Lyrics: Tza
Composition: Tza, Daniel Corrales, Eric J. Flynn & Bidi Cobra
Recording: PRGRM
Production:  Daniel Corrales & Iggy Mont @ The Warhol Loft