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Since forming in Atlanta 15 years ago, instrumental electronic rock band STS9 has experienced a meteoric rise to the forefront of the international music scene. Consistently ranked among Pollstar magazine’s list of top-grossing touring acts, STS9—Hunter Brown (guitar/sequences), Jeffree Lerner (percussion), David Phipps (keyboards/synths) and Zach Velmer (drums)--continues to average over 5,000 tickets per city, boasting a genre defying list of opening acts along the way such as Snoop Dogg, Ghostland Observatory, Bassnectar, Thievery Corporation, Pretty Lights, NAS, Big Boi of Outkast and countless others.

STS9 truly does it all: from headlining stages at festivals such as the Ultra Music Festival, Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, Lollapalooza and Electric Daisy Carnival, to selling out shows around the country as an acoustic set-up in opera houses or as an electronic act in amphitheatres, to performing with Jay-Z in arenas, to running their own record label, 1320 RECORDS, to using their voice as a platform for change and raising significant amounts of money towards activism efforts (including $150,000 to The Make it Right Foundation, paving the way to rebuild a house in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans). Pushing boundaries is all in a day’s work for STS9.

2013 was yet another big year for STS9. The band’s headlining Winter and Spring tour —their first months-long coast to coast outing in over two years—sold out the majority of their destinations with massive shows at Oakland’s Fox Theater, The Palladium in Los Angeles and Chicago’s Congress Theatre. The group then hit the festival circuit throughout the summer as they prep for the release of their next album, with headlining and/or main stage sets at Summer Camp, Wakarusa, Camp Bisco, and All Good. STS9 later hit the road for a co-headlining tour with Umphrey’s McGee, with huge stops at Chicago’s Northerly Island, Atlanta’s Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Philadelphia’s Mann Music Center, Boston’s Bank of America Pavilion, and the Filene Center at Wolf Trap outside of Washington, DC. The Summer concluded with the band’s annual sold out two-night run at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, while the entire year ended with a 5-Night run at The Tabernacle in Atlanta.

In 2014, fans will continue to be treated to STS9’s largest touring production rig ever. Building off the groundbreaking “Great Cycle Spectacle” design, the band is leaving no stone unturned when it comes to delivering one of the most visually stunning shows on the road today.

The release of the bands latest studio EP, WHEN THE DUST SETTLES (the eleventh album in their full discography), keeps with XLR8R Magazine’s exclamation that STS9 is "one of the country's most intriguing, innovative outfits around.” The EP was released in 2011 and debuted at #1 on the iTunes Electronic Charts and in Billboard’s Top 25.

STS9’s self-owned record label, 1320 RECORDS was founded on the principles of collaboration, cooperation, and community. The goal is clear: bring the music to the people in the most conscious, unique innovative and savvy ways possible. By doing so, the distance lessens between artists and fans, putting the power back in the hands of those that make music and those that live for it.

STS9   STS9, Santa Cruz, United States

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  • 2013 Summer Downloads 18 tracks, 2.18.45 STS9 on August 15, 2013 18:47

    1. 1. Glogli - LIVE - 09.21.2013 6.47 28985 plays
    2. 2. Vapors > Four Year Puma - LIVE - 9.07.13 14.23 26501 plays
    3. 3. Crystal Instrument > Frequencies 2 > 3 - LIVE - 9.06.13 13.12 18583 plays
    4. 4. Golden Gate - LIVE - 9.01.13 7.01 27058 plays
    5. 5. Simulator - LIVE - 8.31.13 6.35 17012 plays
    6. 6. Scheme - LIVE - 8.30.13 7.31 16024 plays
    7. 7. ROYGBIV - LIVE - 8.29.13 3.00 14223 plays
    8. 8. Frequencies 2 > 3 - LIVE - 8.28.13 5.38 11633 plays
    9. 9. MOD - LIVE - 8.25.13 5.27 10784 plays
    10. 10. Vibyl - LIVE - 8.24.13 5.03 10759 plays
    11. 11. Shock Doctrine - LIVE - 8.23.13 6.42 10220 plays
    12. 12. Arigato - LIVE - 8.22.13 7.35 19562 plays
    13. 13. Dance - LIVE - 8.21.13 8.39 18597 plays
    14. 14. Monkey Music - LIVE - 8.18.13 8.26 20356 plays
    15. 15. King Pharoah's Tomb - LIVE - 8.17.13 7.53 16236 plays
    16. 16. From Now On - LIVE - 8.16.13 7.28 15340 plays
    17. 17. Ramone & Emiglio - LIVE - 8.15.13 8.29 16988 plays
    18. 18. Inspire Strikes Back - Live @ Summer Set Music Festival - 8.11.2013 8.49 19141 plays
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  • STS9 - Live at Wakarusa Festival - 05.30.2013 10 tracks, 1.03.07 STS9 on June 13, 2013 15:20

    1. 1. Intro - LIVE - 05.30.13 0.55 18536 plays
    2. 2. Shock Doctrine - LIVE - 05.30.13 6.21 26025 plays
    3. 3. Kamuy - LIVE - 05.30.13 6.18 21634 plays
    4. 4. Kabuki - LIVE - 05.30.13 5.46 21816 plays
    5. 5. Golden Gate - LIVE - 05.30.13 6.51 24503 plays
    6. 6. Bigs - LIVE - 05.30.13 7.45 19864 plays
    7. 7. Arigato - LIVE - 05.30.13 7.27 17688 plays
    8. 8. Vibyl - LIVE - 05.30.13 4.46 14537 plays
    9. 9. Circus - LIVE - 05.30.13 9.37 18605 plays
    10. 10. March - LIVE - 05.30.13 7.16 11865 plays
  • Winter/Spring 2013 Free Downloads 38 tracks, 4.48.01 STS9 on February 23, 2013 02:26

    1. 1. Awesome > The Unquestionable Supremacy of Nature - LIVE - 4.27.13 11.29 29752 plays
    2. 2. Frequencies 2>3 - LIVE - 4.26.13 5.07 15245 plays
    3. 3. Simulator - LIVE - 4.25.13 6.39 16475 plays
    4. 4. Abcees - LIVE - 4.24.13 4.31 16685 plays
    5. 5. Move My Peeps - LIVE - 4.23.13 9.27 15692 plays
    6. 6. What Is Love? - LIVE - 4.21.13 8.48 17126 plays
    7. 7. King Pharaoh's Tomb (w/ horns) - LIVE - 4.20.13 6.58 15414 plays
    8. 8. Evasive Maneuvers - LIVE - 4.19.13 8.40 13741 plays
    9. 9. New Soma - LIVE - 4.18.13 4.34 11240 plays
    10. 10. Hubble - LIVE - 4.17.13 7.54 12743 plays
    11. 11. Grow - LIVE - 4.16.13 7.12 12478 plays
    12. 12. Bigs - LIVE - 4.14.13 7.59 17760 plays
    13. 13. Tap-In - LIVE - 4.13.13 7.50 13300 plays
    14. 14. Kaya - LIVE - 4.12.13 7.35 12546 plays
    15. 15. This, Us > Four Year Puma - LIVE - 4.11.13 9.59 12373 plays
    16. 16. Equinox - LIVE - 3.24.13 9.38 16297 plays
    17. 17. Crystal Instrument - LIVE - 3.23.13 7.37 12758 plays
    18. 18. Vibyl - LIVE - 3.22.13 4.51 12149 plays
    19. 19. 2001 (w/ horns) - LIVE - 3.21.13 6.34 13010 plays
    20. 20. Circus - LIVE - 3.20.13 8.24 22876 plays
    21. 21. Beyond Right Now- LIVE - 3.17.13 7.07 12319 plays
    22. 22. Revolution 1993- LIVE - 3.16.13 8.23 11312 plays
    23. 23. Aimlessly- LIVE - 3.15.13 9.23 13862 plays
    24. 24. By The Morning Sun- LIVE - 3.14.13 5.29 11275 plays
    25. 25. Really What?- LIVE - 3.12.13 8.27 11306 plays
    26. 26. Be Nice- LIVE - 3.9.13 6.27 20554 plays
    27. 27. Inspire Strikes Back- LIVE - 3.8.13 12.02 12705 plays
    28. 28. Golden Gate- LIVE - 3.7.13 6.54 16289 plays
    29. 29. Hidden Hand Hidden Fist- LIVE - 3.5.13 7.38 11696 plays
    30. 30. Dance (AXED) - LIVE - 3.4.13 6.20 14410 plays
    31. 31. Kabuki - LIVE - 3.2.13 5.19 12512 plays
    32. 32. When The Dust Settles - LIVE - 3.1.13 6.50 14623 plays
    33. 33. Luma Daylight - LIVE - 2.28.13 5.56 13404 plays
    34. 34. Moon Socket - LIVE - 2.27.13 7.55 11643 plays
    35. 35. Jebez - LIVE - 2.24.13 6.32 11426 plays
    36. 36. F. Word - LIVE - 2.23.13 7.06 13354 plays
    37. 37. Scheme Reprise - LIVE - 2.22.13 10.29 13838 plays
    38. 38. Blu Mood - LIVE - 2.21.13 7.38 14015 plays

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