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San Francisco, United States (1998 – present)

UNEAQ is a band with something very different to offer. Inspired by the sounds of San Francisco’s house music club scene, they have managed to bring something truly “unique” to the Bay Area. Using a computer as a fourth band member, these three San José natives have transformed the traditional two turntables and a mixer set-up into a fullblown live band, playing the deep sexy house that you would expect to hear in a club by a DJ … but with live vocals, live instrumentals, and all original music.

UNEAQ consists of three members: Jessica Marquez, Joshua Marquez, and Andrew Lozano. With an undeniable musical chemistry, all three contribute a piece of their heart and soul into every track. These three have played together since 1998 using different approaches towards performing. Starting out as a soulful Jazz quintet with a splash of Hip-Hop, UNEAQ gained experience as they preformed around the Bay Area.

Highly influenced by the underground house scene, they decided to completely change their style in late 2000. Utilizing their fantastic musicianship they have turned that inspiration into pure magic.

Since adapting this new way of performing, the band’s fan base has nearly quadrupled. While playing a wide variety of venues all over the Bay Area, UNEAQ has captured the attention and enthusiasm of the crowd, bringing people from different walks of life together. “I love watching the people react while we’re performing,” says Jessica. “No matter what age or how different they all are, they all connect with the music.”


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