Two Fresh performs at Sandbar in West Vail Saturday
VAIL CO, Colorado
Two Fresh consists of impressive, inseparable twin brother producers, Sherwyn and Kendrick Nichols. Combining an array of influences and a diverse musical background, Two Fresh’s sound is difficult to describe. Built on a foundation of instrumental hip hop, their music seamlessly incorporates jazz, soul, standout synth lines and creative sample chops, all tied together with a strong beat for a cornerstone.
On stage, audiences are treated to the addition of Colby Buckler, regarded as one of the strongest drummers in the live electronic music scene today. This energetic trio continues to bring exciting new performances to crowds across the country, recently supporting a U.S. tour with three-time Grammy winner Skrillex. The group will perform at Sandbar in West Vail tonight.
“Two Fresh is a great escape from the stereotypical ‘whomp’ that has plagued the electronic music scene lately,” said co-promoter Austin Gavlak. “Their style of music is unique in its sophisticated approach to deep bass. They stole the show at SnowBall this year and are sure to get people moving as we celebrate the closing of the slopes.”
Before the twin brothers even turned 21, Two Fresh had already landed a label signing with 1320 Records on the merit of extensive successful touring across the East Coast. Within a short few months, their first album, “The Baker’s Dozen,” was released.
This year, Two Fresh has already graced the lineups of multiple major U.S. festivals including SXSW, Electric Daisy Carnival and Wakarusa. They recently released their sophomore album “Airmail.”
Two females who are equally breaking new musical ground across diverse territory will open tonight’s show. Music selector Ramona, from the historically deep electronic scene of Antwerp, Belgium, will prepare some naughty, wide-open beats laying the foundation for one of the American indie-folk scenes rising stars, Bridget Law, to lay into.
“This will be a first-time collaboration that will no doubt stir some internal tribal rhythms,” said Scotty Stoughton, the show’s co-promoter. “It’s so refreshing to see an artist like Law open to pushing the musical boundaries and take her heartfelt talents into unknown territory, I’m really excited for this.”
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