By: Anand Harsh
2016 has claimed yet another musical casualty. Colorado livetronica outfit SunSquabi announced today it will be parting ways with founding member and bassist Andrew Clymer. Guitarist Kevin Donohue and drummer Chris Anderson made the statement this afternoon via Facebook.
Rocketing into the spotlight with a showcase at Red Rocks Amphitheatre as one of its first gigs, the Boulder-based trio, taking influence from Pnuma Trio, STS9, and other live electronic hybrids really hit its stride in the past couple of years, skewing more future funk with its studio and stage efforts under fellow Boulderite GRiZ's All Good Records label. The threesome hit the road with label head Grant Kwiecinski, as well as fellow All Good artists The Floozies this year and last.
Stating that it will not miss any forthcoming road dates, SunSquabi has a run with Maddy O'Neal resuming tomorrow in Salt Lake City, Utah and continuing onto Boise, Idaho and Tahoe City, California this weekend. A late winter tour with Dynohunter through Colorado is also on the books. The band has not announced whether it will be replacing Clymer with another bassist, or continue on as a duo.
Here is the band's statement:
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