Exploiting Eve Makes L.A. Indie Scene's Promo Video
It's not "Mission:Impossible:3", but Exploiting Eve can be seen on film in KPAL TV 38's "L.A. Indie Scene" TV show promo. Check it out here.
If for no other reason, watch it because hostess Glorianna Arias is nice on the eyes.
"Sideways" Goes Digital - Get It On iTunes & Other Online Music Sources
Individual tracks from "Sideways" are now available for digital download purchase through iTunes at just 99¢ each.
We like iTunes, but maybe you're using another music provider. Look for more digital distribution through Rhapsody, Napster, MSN Music, Yahoo Music, MP3Tunes, AOL MusicNet, and more!
Remember, you can still buy the CD for $12.95, shipping included.
It's Finished! Exploiting Eve's Newest CD is "Sideways"
Exploiting Eve's newest CD, "Sideways", is finished and now available for your listening and purchasing pleasure.
We know it's been a while since you've seen or heard from us so it makes us especially proud, after many trials and tribulations, to finally share what so many of you have been waiting for. We appreciate your patience and continued love.
Exploiting Eve was formed in 1997 and has steadily grown into a popular, industry acclaimed group with three full-length CDs to its credit and hordes of faithful and fantastic fans. Many of you have been with us from the start and know we've gone through changes along the way. Changes are a part of life and we're going to share some of our latest changes with you here.
Effective June 2004, after completing her studio work for "Sideways", Janelle Barreto announced she would depart from Exploiting Eve to pursue a solo project. Janelle's contributions to the band have been tremendous and we wish her success with her future endeavors. It will be a challenge to continue without her but a tribute to her efforts that we do.
Exploiting Eve's remaining members also branched out to other musical projects as work on "Sideways" was being peformed.
Michael Jost poured a lot of effort into the behind-the-scenes production and completion of "Sideways", well after the individual music tracks were laid. He was instrumental in seeing the CD through to completion, forgoing time on his own solo project, which, with the release of "Sideways", he is able to resume. More on Michael's solo work can be found at JostMusic.com.
Victor Lozano is performing with a band called "Sense Machine" [formerly "The Duds", but changed names. -ed 11/18/05] and is also working with Vincent and Andres to compose music for independent artists.
We hope you'll continue to support Exploiting Eve and its artists.
Here's a funny blog story featuring Vincent and Janelle of Exploiting Eve. It's written by James Ledesma, aka "Sex McGinty". We came across it as we were vainly Googling ourselves several months ago. It was written nearly a year ago but we only now found time to post it. Read this disclaimer from the author, then click the link below to get to the story.
"..although I did not change Ex Eve's names in my story, other names have been changed, and events have been fictionalized for artistic license and functional narrative. In other words, it's for entertainment purposes, not journalism. I wouldn't want people to read it and think that this is exactly what happened down to the last detail."
Treasure from the Exploiting Eve Archive - Once Again Karaoke
Call it karaoke, call it closed captioned, either way, this little treasure turned up while we were cleaning up the hard drive. We don't think it was ever posted before, so here it is now for you musical and viewing pleasure. Please sing along!
Exploiting Eve didn't leave the night with just a great performance. The band was announced winner of it's first All*Access Award for "Best Adult Contemporary Band." Exploiting Eve was also nominated in three other categories, a testament to its popularity and respect in the industry. We've added this award to our new Trophies & Awards showcase.
Exploiting Eve thanks everyone for voting and helping to make this achievement possible.
OCRock.net Interviews Exploiting Eve for OCRockBackstage
Dustin Phillips, Writer for OCRock.net, attended the Exploiting Eve Coach House show on October 29, 2003. Just before Exploiting Eve hit the stage, he sat down with the band to conduct a "great interview." Thanks Dustin!
Loads of fans came to the show to get a refreshing glimpse of the band and a listen to some of the music Exploiting Eve has been in the studio recording for their upcoming CD.
On top of pleasing the crowd, the word backstage was that The Motels loved the show and the HOB people loved it too. And thanks to that, you can expect to see Exploiting Eve back at HOB some time in the future. Read lots of great comments from fans about the show in our GUESTBOOK.
The band was totally into the show and had a great time meeting with fans out on the patio afterwards. Most fans were crowded around the Exploiting Eve Merchandise area buying Sneak Preview CDs and other great goods.
Sneak Preview CDs Sell Fast! Fans at the show were the first to hear and own NEW Exploiting Eve music. A limited run of Sneak Preview CDs featuring three of ExEve's hot new songs fresh from the show and out of the studio were available for just $5. Songs featured are "Blue Cafe", "Hey Hey Hey", and "Electrified".
If you're wondering what the heck that catchy (or annoying?) tune is that plays when you view this page, it's the intro to "High & Low", a song from Exploiting Eve's latest CD, "Sideways". If you don't like it, click here to turn it off.