The long over due wait is finally over. OUT NOW Arntre presents: Los Angeles Electronic Dance Music Radio Episode two featuring special guests J-trick & Champion Rocka. LAEDM Radio, hosted by Ston3wall is now available for download in the iTunes store. For our second episode we decided to bring in 2 artists on opposite ends of the spectrum both musically and geographically. First up, from Sydney, Australia we have J-trick. He has been tearing up the scene as of lately performing all over Europe. Last year’s DJ Mag #1 DJ Hardwell just released an official edit of his track with Deorro “Rambo.” Good news for everyone in the states, J-trick will be here at the end of summer for his Rambo North American Tour. If you live on the west coast, you can catch him in Las Vegas September 9th, San Francisco September 10th, or September 11 at the Yost Theater in Santa Ana, California.
Also on the mixtape, we have moombahton duo Champion Rocka. Champion Rock consists of The R.O.A.R. And Chooky. They first got started in 2012 after Chooky did a remix of Emotion32 for The R.O.A.R. Ever since then, these two have experienced some success after getting Emotion 32 featured on a movie and on several major blogs. They combine the use of original vocals and some rock elements to create their unique sound. Click the link below to download LAEDM Radio in iTunes. Stay tuned for future episodes!
If you like techno, then you will love these two gems from the, Italy based, producer-duo Blatta & Inesha. Back when I first got into electronic music (note I did not call it “EDM”), these two were one of the first artists that I got into. When they remixed Kick-Oh’s track “Stompin,” back in circa 2008-ish, they brought the roughneck bass long before Skrillex was even a thought. Here are two new tracks from the duo, “Low Don’t Cost a Thing” & “Ill Buy That for a $.” judging by the length of them, I am guessing that these are just clips of what’s to come. Either way, it’s something good to jam out to! If you are a fan of EDM, but are relatively new to the scene, this will kind of be like a history lesson for you. These are part of the roots of EDM. Enjoy some delicious techno on your Thursday!