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Michael McCarthy and Derek Stromsta met at Boston's Berklee College of Music and it was love at first listen! They decided to collaborate to create a brand new sound --- a face-melting guitar combined with wobbling synth and melodic piano. Mix in some of the dirtiest beats laid down by Cody Rountree, complimented by the soulfully funky bass of Jake Boynton, Wobblesauce proves to be a truly unique booty shaking experience! Derek Stromsta was born and raised in Kalamazoo, MI. Derek moved to Nashville, TN when he was 22 years old to pursue his musical aspirations. Although The Music City brought Derek a lot of valuable experience, he made the decision to apply to Berklee, and go back to school specifically for music. A short list of Derek's musical influences would include Phish, Sound Tribe, The Disco Biscuits, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Derek Trucks, and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Originally from Philadelphia, PA, Michael McCarthy, an accomplished piano player, continues to bring Boston to a new level of rage. He creates his own beats, loops, and consistently delivers a level of digital groove that is guaranteed a positive reaction. Jake Boynton grew up in the 'burbs of Boston, and has been playing the bass ever since a funny request an adventurous music teacher granted him: a rather unique opportunity plucking away next to the trombone section in his 4th grade orchestra. Cody Rountree is a gifted drummer from Richmond, Virginia, where he has been playing drums for about six years. He has had a long time interest in music production and sound design. Refusing to limit himself to one specific style, Cody brings his eclectic, diverse range to every show he plays. Wobblesauce gets people to put away their cares and get down with their bad selves. Sometimes when people get really yurped and play music together- things happen....enjoy the jams! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.