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Suzi Analogue

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Suzi Analogue is an American soul/electronic/experimental artist known best for her imaginative songwriting and production contributions to genre-bending indie urban music worldwide. Her aesthetic pioneers vocal concepts of classic soul mashed against electronic charm, creating soundscapes that are conveyed through a global frame.

True to her name, Suzi Analogue releases analogue cassettes and vinyl records worldwide. Most notably for her self-released NNXTAPE and ANALOGUE MONSTA-BOOM EP released on 10″ vinyl by Scion A/V Toyota; a collaboration with EDM star TOKiMONSTA (BRAINFEEDER/Ultra), this emerging artist has also worked alongside artists like Stalley, Spoek Mathambo, Blu and opened a tour for electronic producer Bonobo during a North American run. Recently she blended a custom mix for Solange Knowles’ SAINT HERON site that got the attention of Brandy Norwood herself. In addition, she has taught production master courses at Yale University to Amsterdam, The Netherlands, performs and is played on radio around the globe.

Suzi is based in New York, NY where she launched her label NEVER NORMAL RECORDS late 2013. Her debut release CHILLS + THRILLS EP is available in all digital markets and on cassette via NEVER NORMAL.

Born in Baltimore, MD and raised in central Virginia and Philadelphia, 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 inspiration to her sound and style.

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