Soleb Theory | Sunroom Sessions

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Sunroom Sessions

by Soleb Theory

Soleb Theory plays progressive, Latin-infused funk, inflected with punk, metal, ska and soul. Their debut demo EP, "Sunroom Sessions," is a short but powerful showcase of their ever-varying style of guitar-driven, slap-bass-heavy funk-rock.
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1. Selfish Me
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2. Of One
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3. The Answer to Your Problems
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4. Untitled
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"Sunroom Sessions" is the debut effort from Wichita, Kansas based trio Soleb Theory. Recorded and mixed by the band at their home studio, Triumvirate Studios, it represents a broad panorama of styles, ranging from down-tuned heavy metal riffs to flighty funk chords and heavy slap bass. It's the culmination of two years of songwriting and skill-honing that brought the members on a stylistic journey through the world of music, and is a solid representation of their multicultural ethos and penchant for mixture, whether it be linguistic or musical. Loaded with blistering guitar solos and gut-wrenching low end bass work, it's sure to please fans of early 90's rock, 70's funk and soul, and groove-metal.


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