Thought Processes (Live)


Thought Processes (Live)
Performed By Sistine
Album UPC 885767190634
CD Baby Track ID 9749234
Label Sistine
Released 2011-03-20
BPM 92
Rated 0
ISRC ushm81218357
Year 2011
Spotify Plays 38
Writer Steven Gonzalo Bejarano
Songwriter ID 61810
Pub Co StevenGBPublishing
Composer Steven Gonzalo Bejarano
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - California - LA
Lyrics Language English


a brief collection of songs with memorable pop melodies, masterful guitar solos, and filled with lyrics of Loss, Love, and Friendship. A tasteful mix of Rock, Reggae, Pop, Ska, and Funk leaves you wanting to hear more


What Do you get When you mix a dash of Rock , A Pinch of Pop and a splash of reggae? a concoction that makes up the band known as SiSTiNE. With hints of 311 and incubus-like influences, the band of five bring a high-energy in your face vibe to songs about everyday life and the trails and tribulations of growing up.

With two members being brothers and two more being cousins, SiSTiNE is keeping this band a family affair. This might explain why the one quality that stands out above the rest is the ability to jam together as a unit. With Mike Palma's and Brandon Balsz's effortless riffs, Steven Bejarano's funky Bass lines, and Charlie Barcelo's bone vibrating fills, they each lay down a piece of a foundation strong enough for Joe Palma's vocals to build upon. There is no fighting for the spotlight, leaving it safe to say that a family that plays together, stays together.

When a group of boys come together one one tiny stage, there is often potential for a messy, ear-rupturing set. This was not the case with SiSTiNE. Somehow, each member was able to find his place in between the chaos. They created a musical energy that was impossible for the crowd not to feel. And to give joe some well-deserved credit, his presence was loud enough to rivet the crowd's attention and keep all eyes locked on stage.

Sure, the blend of pop, rock, and reggae has been done many times before, leaving little room for us to be wowed; however, SiSTiNE succeeds in keeping an audience from turning away with boredom. Although there songs had a familiar surface quality, the band as a whole were able to penetrate the memories of the audience, leaving their mark as a show to be remembered.

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