The guitarist and producer Marvel Years (also known as Cory Wythe) has been witnessing a meteoric rise within the electro-soul and glitch-hop dance scene as of late. Marvel Years stands out from the rest of the pack because of his unique sound, which fuses his masterful and soulful guitar stylings with his characteristic sound that draws on glitch, retro-funk, classic rock, soul, jazz, hip-hop, and more. Since bursting onto the scene a few years ago, the young producer has earned the support of big names such as Pretty Lights and GRiZ.Today, Marvel Years is releasing a brand new single titled “Bigger Than We Feel” featuring rapper and vocalist JuBee. Like Marvel Years, the charismatic Colorado-based rapper is similarly quickly gaining fame within the EDM scene, with his patented throwback sound that fuses 1970’s funk with progressive southern rap securing him sit-ins with Pretty Lights at The Gorge and Northerly Island and Michal Menert at Red Rocks. “Bigger Than We Feel” is an uplifting and inspiring effort from the two rising stars. JuBee’s catchy and confident vocals pair perfectly with Marvel Year’s expertly produced and laidback electro-soul groove, with all the parts coming together to create a tune that’s a true pleasure to listen to.As Marvel Years told Live For Live Music about the new number, “The lyrics in this track really speak for the times. It’s an uplifting tune with a positive message inspiring personal and emotional growth. Despite the chaos we’ve been seeing around the world and how that makes us feel, we need to realize that we’re all a little bigger than we feel and we all play an important role into shaping our future.”Live For Live Music is proud to premiere Marvel Years new collaboration with JuBee, “Bigger Than We Feel”, below. For more information on Marvel Years, you can head over to his website here. For more information on JuBee, check out his Facebook page. “Bigger Than We Feel” is now available on all streaming services here. Enjoy the Spotify stream, and the lyric video below!
WATCHED by a fair-size crowd, D’Edward Cricket Club lifted the Berbice Cricket Board/ Perry Gossai West Berbice 100-ball title after they defeated a spirited Cotton Tree Die Hard by 31 runs on Sunday last at the Bush Lot ground.D’Edward took first strike and reached 155-5 before restricting their opponents for 124 in 92 balls. Player of the match, Lakeray Sookra, struck an attacking 61 from 41 balls with seven fours and three sixes.He received support from Davindra Lalsa who made a 14-ball 28 with two fours and two sixes, and Abdool Subhan who struck an unbeaten 29, while Jaipaul Heeralall hit a 10-ball 19. Pooran Persaud finished with 2-23. In reply, Cotton Tree were reduced to 21-3, losing Nick Ramsaroop (10), Daniel Harrynarine (07) and Persaud without scoring.Batting at number seven, Marlon Deputron smashed a top-score of 32 that included four boundaries and one six. Fast bowler Subhan had 3-23 in 4.2 overs for the eventual victors.