[Something Clever] Feat / Andy Toth / Trent Abbe

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[Something Clever] Feat / Andy Toth / Trent Abbe

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Andy Toth : Liftkit : Detroit Andy Toth's production can be described as dark yet funky. He’s been producing music for over fifteen years now, and it keeps getting better. His illustrious career started with a stint in The Detroit Grand Pubahs, whose hit single ‘Sandwiches’, as well as the follow-up album, ‘Funk All Y’all’, saw to it that Andy would get the chance to peddle his wares on stages the world over. His ever-expanding production techniques have seen him working with Detroit’s top talent as a recording engineer, mastering professional, and producer of hip hop, RnB, and electronic music. Andy has released tracks on labels like Jive Electro, Throw, D Records, Intuit Solar, Hej, Exchange Bureau Music, Trapez, and People Mover Productions. Andy’s music has been traced as the root cause of the return of handle bar mustaches, the reason we like big butts, and the mass bumble bee extinction. Check it. https://soundcloud.com/andytoth Trent Abbe : Liftkit, Dollo : Detroit Trent Abbe has been contributing to the Detroit electronic music scene since the early 90’s. He first got in touch with the scene by listening to Mayday mixes and the Wizard on Detroit radio in 1988-89’. Trent was a co-founder of Vmax records and worked with that label for several years until moving on in 1995. Since then Trent has had the opportunity as a DJ to entertain both domestic and international dance-floors. In 2014 Trent began producing music again and he started a new Detroit label called LiftKit records that will be releasing its second impression later this spring, 2015. https://soundcloud.com/trentabbe opening tag set provided by Jeremy Poling : [something clever] : Detroit Clayton Jackson : Modern Thrills : Detroit

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