In 2008, two Los Angeles high schoolers decided to throw a dance party for their friends. It’s a common enough tale, only these weren’t ordinary high schoolers. These were hyper-talented digital musicians Dick Fink and Nick Fenmore, and so Super Mash Bros were born. Seamlessly weaving together top-charting jams, nostalgia-rich cuts from six different decades, and songs you say you hate but secretly know all the words to, Super Mash Bros will make you scream for joy, dance your ass off, and most of all party. Their debut album “Fuck Bitches. Get Euros”, quickly became a favorite on college campuses nationwide. Despite being full-time college students living in different states, Fink and Fenmore began touring the country, bringing their unique brand of party jams to the fun loving masses all across America.
Super Mash Bros established themselves as consistent and prolific producers with their follow up albums “All About the Scrillions" and “Mile(y) High Club”. These party paratroopers will touch down in a city with nothing but a couple of laptops and music scientifically proven to make booties bounce, leaving a sea of sweaty, satisfied partiers in their wake. In late 2009 the duo teamed with Ethan Dawes, who added stunning visuals to an already bananas live show. Ethan has now moved on to his own filmmaking, but the original duo Fink and Fenmore has kept the party going strong. Things moved quickly with these guys and over the last three years Super Mash Bros moved from valley backyards, to major college campuses, and let’s not forget Lollapalooza, Ultra Music Festival, Electric Zoo and Summer Set Festival. Their latest release, the “Pure Fix Mix”, shows that Super Mash Bros have no intention of slowing down, which brings music to the ears of partiers everywhere.
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