Algorhythm Members of Stick Figure SOJA and Three Legged Fox Talk About New Supergroup (An Interview With Trevor Young)

Algorhythm Members of Stick Figure SOJA and Three Legged Fox Talk About New Supergroup (An Interview With Trevor Young)

On a gorgeous sunny day at Red Rocks during the sold out Slightly Stoopid two night run, we had the chance to catch up with Trevor Young of SOJA and talk about his new project, Algorhythm. Consisting of Grammy award-winning Trevor Young of SOJA, Kevin Offitzer of Stick Figure, and Kyle Wareham of Three Legged Fox, Algorhythm is the new reggae supergroup on the scene.

You can read all about Algorhythm right here on The Pier in our previous article from July.

 

A mere seven months ago this group of extremely talented musicians was put together by Brandon Pescrille, an experienced tour manager and the band’s current manager. Brandon has previously tour-managed SOJA, Stick Figure and Three Legged Fox and has known the guys for many years. It was Brandon who suggested to them that they should get together and start a new band. He even named the band himself! I asked Brandon how he came up with the name and he told me “I would be on calls with managers, and they would just keep talking about the algorithm over and over, and I got sick of hearing about it. I said to myself fuck the algorithm. Humans are the algorithm, the rhythm of life.”

With three singles already released and available on all streaming platforms, Trevor discusses the music and the highly anticipated debut Algorhythm album. Even Jacob Hemphill approves, as you see him crash our interview for a quick second pretending to be Algorhythm’s manager, Brandon!

Check out the music videos for Good Life, Magic, and You Haven’t Called, along with a killer Sugarshack Sessions set on YouTube. You can catch the guys live in Florida and Costa Rica at the end of September.¬†

Go give Algorhythm a follow on Instagram at @wearealgorhythm to stay up to date with all the exciting things they have planned.

Check out “Good Life” Below!

Article & Interview By: Kelly Graham
Video by Tommy Wolfe @TheReelWolfe