The Electric Healing Sound are a minimalist garage rock band from San Diego, CA and based in Tijuana, B.C, MX.
Fronted by Ricky Soltero and including Aldair Cerezo (lead guitar) and Eric Curiel (bass), the band was formed in late 2010 and debuted on August 26 of the same year.
Influenced heavily by 60's garage rock bands as well as late 80's indie rock noise makers. The Electric Healing Sound have developed a collection of songs that showcase their bi-polar musical personality. Their repertoire range from one chord songs squealing with feedback to sweet full-on pop songs and everything in between. As a live act, the band have built a reputation for noisy energetic live performances garnering them some interest and attention on both the San Diego/Tijuana music scenes.
The band finished recording their debut album titled "Tangled Up" at Electric Orange Studios with music engineer/musician Andrew Montoya [the sess, beaters, ale mania]. Tangled Up was released July 7, 2012.
EHS embarked on their first tour with fellow Cholo Punks label mates Shiva Trash covering a handful of west coast cities. The tour found the band playing Los Angeles, Berkeley, San Francisco, Sonoma, Portland and Seattle.
The band released their self-titled ep [CP-002] for the San Diego indie label Cholo Punks on September 2013.
"Whistling Song" was released as a cassette single on Workerbee Records in April 18, 2015.
After the departure of Aldair Cerezo, they recruited guitarist Beto Rodriguez and Julio Pillado of Tijuana indie darlings Shantelle on drums to record the singles "Young Man Highway Blues" and "Baby, It's Suede." Currently the band is working on their sophomore record slated to be released on the second half of 2017.