SUNSQUABI FREE LIVESTREAM @ ASHEVILLE MUSIC HALL 11-2-2018
A three-piece suit, live electronic experience. Hailing from Colorado, SunSquabi has been picking up steam after a breakout year in 2016, marked by their debut release on GRiZ’s All Good Records. The bands 7-track EP “Odyssey” takes listeners through a laidback electronic, funk fueled journey. Joining the band on their latest EP, Big Gigantic & GRiZ himself lend their talents to the project. Continuing to shatter expectations of what a “Live-Electronic” band should be, SunSquabi effortlessly transitions between synth-bass heavy vibes to smooth jam-like grooves.
SunSquabi spent the better part of 2016 touring across North America making debut appearances and show stealing performances at festivals including… Electric Forest, High Sierra, Camp Bisco, Hulaween & more! The live-electronic trio is gearing up for their biggest year yet, including stops at Red Rocks, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas and their largest headline tour to date!
2017 will see SunSquabi’s second release on All Good Records, The “Deluxe” EP, out later this Spring. “Pygmy Up” the lead single featuring Russ Liquid was released at the top of year, followed by “Cinnamon” with Late Night Radio. Look out for the “Deluxe” EP to pick up where “Odyssey” left off and continue to solidify the SunSquabi sound.
Cory Wythe, the producer and guitarist better known as Marvel Years, has found a welcome place for himself within the increasingly popular glitch-hop / electro-soul dance music scene. His approach to blending electronic beats and shredding soulful guitar on his original tracks and remixes creates a sound that is a unique hybrid of EDM combing glitch, retro-funk, classic rock, soul, jazz and hip-hop.
Wythe has released a discography of over 50 songs, including three EP’s and numerous remixes and singles. He joined the touring circuit in 2013 at the age of 19 and since then has played alongside some of the scenes top artists including Bassnectar, Griz, Gramatik, Lettuce, and many others. The summer of 2016 marked his biggest show to date, playing direct support for grammy-nominated artist “Pretty Lights” at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado. Other notable performances include support for Bassnectar and Pretty Lights at “Basslights 2015”, two sets at Electric Forest 2015, and many others.