Marvel Years- “Anywhere You Want To Go”

Marvel Years just released his newest track “Anywhere You Want To Go” on SoundCloud, Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon. This uplifting track combines elements of glitch, retro-funk, classic rock, soul, and jazz. It is well-layered with hip-hop vocals and an incredible guitar part, showcasing Marvel Years’ technical skills.

The promising artist delivers a top-notch uplifting song further establishing his credibility as an extremely talented guitarist and producer. He will be performing at The Gorge with Pretty Lights and Atmosphere on August 4th, as well as hitting the road with Russ Liquid Test this fall.
Marvel Years has spent the past few years consistently delivering a steady stream of high quality funky bass music. In just a short period of time, his progression has become outright impossible to ignore. Much more than your average DJ/producer, Years is an incredible guitarist that shreds well beyond his years. His approach to blending electronic beats and shredding soulful guitar on his original tracks and remixes, creates his own unique hybrid of electronic music.
“This one kind of flowed out of me. It was a hip hop beat that I was experimenting recording live bass on. I added some guitar and found this incredible piano recording from the 60’s that I chopped up that was perfect for this. It’s one of my favorite tunes I’ve written in awhile.” -Marvel Years 
Since 2013, Years has performed with acts such as Pretty Lights, GriZ, The Floozies, Break Science, and Exmag. He was also featured as part of the Manic Focus Live Band. With upcoming performances venues such as The Gorge, there is simply no slowing him down. Keep your eye on this fresh artist with smooth funky grooves on lock and become marveled yourself.





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AC Johner

AC Johner is the creator of the feature documentary Electronic Awakening released in 2012. He is a writer and researcher on topics of electronic music cultures, transformational festivals, and new religious movements. He holds a masters in Ethnographic Journalism from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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