Steve Soboslai is a singer-songwriter and audio engineer living in Pittsburgh, PA. He is a longtime member of the rock band Punchline, who got their start on a record label called Fueled By Ramen. He also performs solo under the moniker Blue of Colors.
Over the years, Punchline toured internationally with bands like Fall Out Boy, Paramore, Less Than Jake, Bayside, Bowling For Soup, and Reel Big Fish. In 2012, Punchline recorded an EP in Los Angeles called "So Nice To Meet You", which peaked at #1 on the iTunes Rock charts. While in Los Angeles, Soboslai met some folks at Vanacore Music and later began producing music for their indie/punk music library.
Around the same time, Soboslai began recording and releasing music as Blue of Colors. In the Summer of 2013, his debut album "Small Little Pieces" was released on his indie label Modern Short Stories.
In 2014, Soboslai moved to Nashville and began to delve deeper into recording, now in his own studio. There, he recorded bands like The Promise Hero and We Speak In Colors and singer-songwriters such as Daphne Willis and Anthony Raneri. He also began writing custom songs for a startup called Downwrite.
In late 2016, the building that held his recording studio was torn down. This seemed like a fitting end to his time in Nashville, and Soboslai returned to his home city of Pittsburgh to be closer to his band and to develop more artists in the Pittsburgh area.
In 2018 Punchline released “Lion” and toured more in one year than in the previous five years with bands like The Gin Blossoms, The Spill Canvas, and Less Than Jake.