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Suzi Analogue & SassyBlack w/ Taylar Elizza Beth & N SO [in Timbre Room]



Suzi Analogue
Suzi Analogue is an American Soul / Electronic / Experimental artist best known for her ingenious vocal and production contributions to today's genre-bending urban music.

Analogue's aesthetic utilizes vocal notions of classic soul mashed against electronic charm, creating soundscapes that are conveyed through a global perspective. Born in Baltimore, MD and raised in central Virginia, Suzi’s geographical background kept her closely connected to the roots of soul, hip-hop, club music, and the emergence of southern hip-hop; all of which serves as an inspiration to her sound and style. Her fascination for self-recordings began at 10 when she began creating her own mixtapes on cassette with dubbed vocals. It was an obsession that seemed to stick. In 2010, Suzi released her breakout recordings NNXTAPE that became

To date, Suzi has played live around the world and created music with some of electronic hip-hop's most exciting names including TOKiMONSTA, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Blu, Stalley and more. TOKiMONSTA and Suzi teamed up to open for Bonobo's "Black Sands" North American fall tour and later dropped "BOOM" on Scion A/V.

Suzi's music can be found in both digital and analog formats on cassette, vinyl, and online shops. In 2013, Suzi founded NEVER NORMAL RECORDS, the imprint for her collection of music. Great things are next to come from Suzi. 

SassyBlack is a psychedelic electronic soul songstress & producer from Seattle, Washington. She has been traveling the world singing and DJing since 2008. With a foundation in jazz, her energy is unlike any other, providing a deep unique concert experience.

Taylar Elizza Beth is a hip hop artist born and raised in West Seattle, WA. Using her background in theatre and love of various artistic avenues, Taylar fuses poetic word play, unexpectedly raw story telling and classic rap fundamentals to create a sound as unique as her intersectional identity. A self taught artist since before she could remember, Taylar pursues progress in visual art as well as writing and choreography. A passion for poetry and performance led her naturally to explore music - where she now feels the most free.