Boulder, Colorado is world renowned for its beautiful scenery and its rich music and arts culture. With the most sunny days of anywhere in the country and the gorgeous backdrop of the Rocky Mountains there is something magical about Boulder that inspires great creativity. Enter Sunsquabi, one of Boulder’s most exciting up and coming acts. These guys are doing something truly original with their music. They create what they call “electronic hydro-funk” a rich blend of live instrumentation and produced elements reminiscent of influences ranging from STS9 to Daft Punk. While everyone in the band contributes to the production of the back tracks, Kevin Donohue displays his veteran chops on lead guitar, Andrew Clymer lays down the funky bass and synth bass lines and Chris Anderson ups the energy level with his live drum performance.

In just over a year the Sunsquabi crew has performed at Red Rocks Amphitheater and countless other venues throughout the Denver / Boulder area and self-released a string of originals and remixes laden with their signature jamtronic sound. Their latest release “Catastrophic” follows suit with remixes of Ratatat, Paper Diamond and K’naan and several inspiring original tracks with rich vocal samples from singer / songwriter Emma Fields and saxophone elements from Dynohunter‘s Clark Smith. You can pick up the album on their Bandcamp Page and be sure to catch their performance at Wakarusa Festival this summer. Boulder, CO is bringing back the funk, and we love it!

Catastrophic EP by SunSquabi

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