Watch Them Rise,
Jarret Flythe and Taylor Ashworth aren’t your normal pair of 22 year olds… While the rest of us are figuring out what the hell we’re going to do for the next 40 years after graduation, the boys have decided to take their future into their own hands and start their own business. Over the past 8 months they’ve developed into one of the most highly anticipated DJ acts of the nation under the name of $unday $ervice (photo above taken by Key Vision Photography).
After leaving Kennesaw State University as a Music & Entertainment Business student, and stepping back from Valdosta University as a Mass Media major, Jarret and Taylor realized that they were more than capable of achieving what so many of us dream of doing: getting behind a pair of CDJs in front of hundreds of dedicated, sweaty, and down to earth bass heads who will follow you around till you quit the music industry or till Hell freezes over. But it didn’t happen over night.
You can say the $$ lifestyle kicked off when the guys won a remix competition for Adventure Club’s track “Fade ft. Zak Waters” back in July of 2015. That’s a pretty massive feat right there considering hundreds of talented producers entered that contest. Their style consists of just about every facet of electronic music, from deep dubstep to trap, electro house, and future bass, the boys haven’t let a sole genre take over their name. Their music has been played LIVE by some of the sickest names like Excision, Snails, Zomboy, and TJR, to name a few. They’ve remixed some of the hottest songs like Pegboard Nerds’ Emoji, The Chainsmokers’ Roses, and Major Lazer’s Be Together. Jauz claimed them to be one of the top 5 most anticipated artists of 2016. These boys are going somewhere.
Things changed in January when the boys finally decided to hit the roads and share their talents live. They’ve only played a handful of show since their 2016 debut, yet each one drawing in crowds of at least 400-600 people. Their support in Atlanta is beyond incredible. One weekend we decided to drive down to ATL to see Hucci play that hot fiyah at The Mansion followed by Sunday Service’s first large scaled headlining show at the illustrious venue, The Opera. Here’s an awesome aftermovie from the event created by Kryptonics.
I think what stuck out the most from this show, aside from the stripper pole in the middle of the dance floor that stayed occupied the whole night, was the insane amount of sick edits packed into their set. You can always expect something new from a $$ show, never the same old same old.
We hadn’t seen Jarret or Taylor since they played a surprise mini set at our debut Charlotte concert with GETTER. During a crazy direct support B2B set with Riven & RA, the duo came out of nowhere to drop a bit of that Atlanta heat on a packed crowd who was heavily surprised to see the two hit the stage. A few days ago they played a special show with Crywolf in Greenville SC; we heard a little rumor that soon they’ll be providing direct support for Pegboard Nerds in Atlanta when the Norweigan duos arrives next month.
TOMORROW the boys will be back in North Carolina at GFW’s highly anticipated Charlotte Gets Weird: Heavenly White Party, headlined by Brooklyn prodcuer Subset, along with other local Charlotte DJs, Bad Catholics, DRx Wade, and Stormshock. We’ve never been to an all-white attire themed event, so this one is bound to be an interesting night. Can’t make it tomorrow night? Don’t worry! $unday $ervice will also be playing the GFW Raleigh Heavenly White Party on Saturday. Where will we see you?
UPDATE: Here are some photos from the Raleigh event organized by GFW Presents, hope you enjoy them 🙂 Stay tuned for the official concert review.
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