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In Aisle Eight is a rock band from the Seattle area that is made up of five long-time friends. Tristen, Evan, Jason, Hayden, and Ariel have been making music for years and have now officially joined forces for their new studio album, "In Aisle Eight". The self-titled project consists of songs ranging from rock, hip-hop, alternative, and blues. Released on April 12th, 2017, this album is available for listening on all major streaming platforms.

More Recently, on April 5th, 2018, the Band released their own self produced EP, No Good! A new and refreshing rock sound is found all throughout this new six song project. We hope you enjoy it!

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Vocals / Guitar: Tristen Stone

Tristen Stone is a versatile vocalist/lyricist who combines his smooth singing voice with his ability to twist words in a lyrical and unique style of rapping. He has also trained himself to play guitar by ear.

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Lead Guitar: Jason Abbott

Jason Abbott is a highly skilled guitarist who can improvise and solo like no other. With his knowledge of music theory, Jason creates amazing riffs and chord progressions that will get stuck in any listener's head.  

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Drums: Evan George

Evan George is a natural-born drummer who has put in countless hours perfecting his technique. With his sense of rhythm and impressive drum fills, Evan's percussion is the backbone to each song he plays in.

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Rhythm Guitar / Vocals: Ariel DeAnda

Ariel DeAnda prides himself on using guitar tones and effects to create a jaw-dropping ambience that adds atmosphere to each and every song. Also a talented vocalist, Ariel brings an ear-pleasing voice to some In Aisle Eight tracks. 

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Bass Guitar: Hayden Lilak

Hayden Lilak joined the band in response to an internet ad looking for a bassist... Who would've known that In Aisle Eight would end up bringing him onboard as their bass player?! Hayden has been playing bass since a child and it is apparent when listening to tracks such as "No Good" and "After Hours".