SQUNTO has officially withdrawn from DJing after his farewell appearance in Atlanta on Saturday, December 21st.
Already in October SQUNTO announced its plans to withdraw from DJing.
In an exclusive revelation for your EDM, he said, "Many people don't realize how important" the cycle "is. That means: play this tour to create your profile for the festival season, meet all major festivals to create your profile for your next tour, etc. People always say, "Why don't you just take a break?" it doesn't work that way. "
SQUNTO also described constant sanding as "mental sandpaper".
Fortunately, he told us that he still plans to release new music at his own pace. We are not quite sure what the future holds for SQUNTO, but we praise him for the fact that his mental health comes first.
"Annnddd we are done …"
annnddd we're done….
SQUNTO is no longer a dubstep thing or whatever …
very cool! https://t.co/CYmbdgrdCA
– Normal Dragon 🐉 (∞%) (@squnto) December 22, 2019
Since you've never seen him before, here is my favorite moment from his Chicago 2018 show. A flawless 8-track chop. pic.twitter.com/lHiXwNedPS
– Zach 🔜 Snails (@zkolbus) December 22, 2019
Congratulations, dude! You deserve everything in front of you – I wish I was there, but would eagerly await your next project, however it may be -.
– ✌👽💚 Nine Toes 🔜 NOT HERE 🙂 (@_yo_chuy) December 22, 2019
Damn, is this really the end of squnto? I'm glad to see a Bass Canyon and Edc set from you. All the best in everything you chase.
– USA (@Austin_Alcoser) December 22, 2019
I am sad that I can never see you again, but I am grateful for the times when I saw you live. The first time I saw you at SMF was, I think, 16 or 17, the reason I fell in love with Dubstep. It was an incredible ride, damn it, homie, you killed it.
– Savage Senpai (@GregTheProdigy) December 22, 2019
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