Sunstock Solar Festival

Music

Cayucas – 8:10pm

Cayucas are back! After taking a few years break from touring to write, Cayucas has dropped a new single "Jessica WJ" off their upcoming third album. Their new album is produced by Dennis Herring (Modest Mouse, Counting Crows, etc) and will be released in early 2019 by Park the Van Records. Cayucas hasn't stopped cranking out upbeat & dance-y summer jams and we're sure this record will continue that tradition.

The Epilogues – 6:20pm

The Epilogues are a commanding indie/synth/rock outfit hailing from Denver, Colorado. Combining pristine melodies, meaningful lyrics, and dynamic keyboards, the band delivers polished and danceworthy tunes that carry a kick. The passionate urgency with which they play each show leaves fans both elated and yearning for more.

Trapdoor Social – 7:20pm

Trapdoor Social is excited to complete this third annual Sunstock, continuing to combine their music with activism as they’ve done through past fundraising projects with Homeboy Industries, Mesa Ridge High School, and Kids Cancer Connection. Trapdoor Social has been producing solar-powered concerts and festival around the U.S. since 2015. The band is also very excited to be releasing new music this fall, followed by their second full-length album in early 2019.

Karmic – 9:10pm

Karmic is an electronic pop band co-fronted by female singers Laura Baruch and Kylee Katch, backed by producers and multi-instrumentalists Sam Murphy and Peter Kastner. Their music pulls from a whirl of driving guitar and bass riffs to a cadence of bright melodic synths, all guided by 80’s-influenced dance beats. Their music sends a powerful message highlighting life’s treasures, risk-taking, and creating change to better society.

Kinney – 9:10pm

Welcome to the world of Kinney music.
Come get a musical hug.
Kinney is a California based singer-songwriter, acrobatic dancer and yogini on a mission to use pure heart-centered expression to radiate joy, freedom and ecstatic light energy into everything she creates.

Top Shelf Brass Band – 5:30pm

Top Shelf Brass Band combines the energy of a Marching Band with the vibes of Southern California. With the instruments of a traditional New Orleans second line, Top Shelf brings brass band music into the 21st century. (Pop, Hip Hop, Brass Trap)

El Mañana – 4:40pm

A Latinx rock trio led by Colombian singer/songwriter Danny Murcia, El Mañana floats dreamy vocal harmonies over heavy, crunching guitars to create a unique brand of bilingual psychedelic rock with palpable groove and pop sensibility.

Valley Hush – 3:50pm

Formed in 2014 in Detroit, Valley Hush has built a reputation on creating music that swells with vulnerability and speaks to our shared and binding commonality that we’re all in this strange, beautiful mess together. Their melange of reality and fantasy transcends genres with cohesion and a purposeful gaze.

One High Five – 3:00pm

Fueled by loud noises and fun, One High Five is the alternative punk rock explosion from Long Beach, CA, led by singer & songwriter David Sauer. One High Five's first album, Here, Hear is available now, with the second album, Beardlip, coming soon.