Wide. Open. Spaces.
Butterfly Toungz have been critically acclaimed by The Indianapolis Star, NUVO Entertainment Weekly, Distortion Music Magazine and Shotgun Reviews for their third album, 'Wide. Open. Spaces.' Butterfly Toungz have turned heads at various stage shows by beat boxing over break beats and combining elements of classic rock, jazz, funk, soul and old-school hip-hop into their music. Butterfly Toungz were recently awarded as 'Sixth Place Finalist' out of over 140,000 other artists for 'Best Experimental Song' at the JPF Music Awards in Los Angeles, CA. Butterfly Toungz formed in Indianapolis, IN after DJ Germ was in attendance at Sub-One's solo performance.The upcoming DJ and gifted graffiti artist from Indiana University's Herron School of Art hit it off with MC/Producer Sub-One, and formed their current duo...Butterfly Toungz. DJ Germ has been featured in the Indianapolis Star and News promoting his 'artist' lifestyle. Sub-One received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University with an emphasis in English and Music Studies. He is a graduate from the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences where he earned his Masters of Audio Recording and Engineering in Tempe, Arizona. He is certified in ProTools 135 and completed an internship at DARP Studios in Atlanta, GA. During their years in college, the group has worked on several independent projects for students and businesses around the Midwest. Last year, Butterfly Toungz' music appeared in a BMX Documentary DVD entitled 'Destination: Air,' which premiered before the start of the 2004 Gravity Games.