Making high-quality music at the ripe age of 24, Adventures With Vultures, aka. Matt Sauter, is showcasing his incredible talent with words in his debut Junction EP. His music is mellow and lyrically molded from some of the great hip-hop influences like Mos Def and J. Cole as well as classic songwriters like Carole King, as noted in a press bio. His Junction EP, released on Original 1265 Recordings, contains four original songs, and he's teamed up with AXS to exclusively premiere the single "Okay Guy."
"Okay Guy" is an open, honest and bare portrayal of the type of music and lyrics Adventures With Vultures attempts to convey with his music and artistry to fans and listeners alike. His music is reminiscent of his memories during his time growing up in the small town of Plymouth, Michigan, and it's prevalent that his music resonates with those who grew up dreaming and choosing to follow it. Adventures With Ventures is definitely paving the way for a successful and satisfying career in music. He states in his press bio that the making of Junction is for "my family that I grew up with in Plymouth, MI. It’s for all the years of making music with my brothers who gave up the same dream I’m still chasing. It’s for all the nights recording at my buddy Fritz’s house until 5 a.m. and all the nights playing shows in front of 5 people. This EP is for all the nights writing lyrics and mastering my craft. It’s for Plymouth, Junction street and all the groups I once played with: GATSBY, Second In Line, Here For The Fight and Morte Novella and Real MIT Records. I’m not done chasing my dream, it’s been the same d*** dream since the 2nd grade!” As evidenced by his statement, this EP is the start of an ode to his humble beginning, hometown, and the core of who he is as an artist and person.
Adventures With Vultures (Matt Sauter) is currently a student at Detroit Institute of Music Education and is earning his Creative Songwriting Bachelor of Arts.
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