Sunday 17 March 08:00pm

Sunni Colón

with opener Soft Glas

7pm doors • 8pm show

About

Sunni Colón is a singer, songwriter, record producer, director, and installation artist from Los Angeles, CA. With recent accolades from the New York Times and Fader, he has written soundtrack features for hit shows and films like Insecure, Dear White People, and HBO’s Ballers, and has collaborated with artists such as Kaytranada and SebastiAn. Having produced for Mac Miller, Colón has been described as your favorite artist’s favorite artist. Quickly rising to prominence in 2013 after releasing his demo single “Temple”, Colón released is debut EP Thierry Disko in 2016, which was quickly extolled by Saint Heron for its “perfect blend of nostalgic funk, soul, R&B, and rock & roll” and was praised by i-D for its “compelling, contemporary spin on those high-energy 70s funk grooves and psych rock riffs”.

Sunni moved to Paris, where he worked on his second EP, Satin Psicodelic, and established his design and multimedia agency TETSU, producing his multi-sensory installation series Manifest 1.0 in NYC. Sunni hopes to succeed in more than simply entertaining — he continues to design and contribute to innovative and impactful infrastructure projects.