Sueños is a band pushing the evolution of jazz into a modern context. Rhythms borrowed from hip-hop and rock blend seamlessly with modal and gospel harmony, with bebop-tinged horns flowing over the top to paint a unique musical portrait. They split their time between SF and NYC and have played at jazz clubs and festivals nationwide, including the DC Jazz Festival, the PDX Jazz Festival in Portland, the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival in SF, Priceless Music Festival in Sacramento, Herb Alpert’s Vibrato Jazz Club in LA, Paris Bistro in Philly, Rendon Hall in Berkeley, Sotto in Washington DC, and the Blue Note in Napa. Their corporate clients include Columbia Sports (Japan), Mr. Porter (NYC), Moby’s (Hamptons NY), Even Headphones, California Housing Partnership, GoPro, Soundcloud, IDEO, the Boom Boom Room at the top of the Standard Hotel, and the Rainbow Room at the top of Rockefeller Center. Sueños has also crossed over into the world of hip-hop, having collaborated with major artists such as Chance the Rapper, Saba, Mick Jenkens, Mr. Carmack, and more. Some of their members filmed a Tiny Desk concert with Saba at NPR headquarters in Washington D.C. that was viewed over a million times. Their music is perfect who anyone who enjoys jazz as well as other styles like hip-hop, indie rock, neo-soul, or electronic music.