Currently Westside Pacific Music has an artisit development contract with the group Goodbye Elliott. Al Clay discovered the band on the 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica while they were performing a free acoustic set. Their meeting led to a six song production deal where Al refined the bands sound and recorded a cohesive EP filled with catchy hooks, 80s synths and an whole lotta rock n' roll.

Goodbye Elliott hails from Kailua-Kona Hawaii, and have traveled to California to pursue their dreams of becoming the next music sensation. They have already played more than 25 venues mainland, such as Chain Reaction in Anaheim, the world famous Whisky A Go Go on the Sunset Strip and The Knitting Factory in Hollywood.

When asked to describe their sound, lead singer Jon Stimac often refers to Jimmy Eat World, The Killers, and The Beach Boys as a few of their major influences.

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Listen to their latest song "Don't Call Me Baby"