Sat, Aug 12|
Tripp St. & Late Night Radio
We're bringing the FUNK back on this one!
Time & Location
Aug 12, 9:00 PM – Aug 13, 2:00 AM
Walter Studios, 747 W Roosevelt St, Phoenix, AZ 85007, USA
About The Event
idgaFNK x Walter Studios Present:
Late Night Radio
Sat. Aug 12 9pm - 2am 21+
Walter Studios (Studio A)
Seemingly materializing out of thin air, anonymous producer and DJ under the moniker Tripp St. has taken the electronic scene by storm at an alarmingly quick pace. Making a grand entrance with a plethora of all original mixtapes, he immediately commanded attention by the masses through his unique integration of deep freeform bass and apparent boom bap influences.
Although a newcomer in identity, the enigmatic alias of Tripp St. does not lack in experience. Having an extensive background attributed to hip hop production and studio engineering, he plucks elements of genres he loves, showcasing his ability to create and fine tune an entirely new range of sound. Paying homage to his roots in every sense imaginable, he brandishes the name Tripp St. from the street he grew up on.
Since his widespread emergence, Tripp St. has refused to stray from the pulse of the modern bass community. Working in tandem with industry leader CloZee herself, his freshman album singlehandedly marked the debut release on her independent record label, Odyzey Music. Paired with a nationwide tour and a slew of major market appearances under his belt, Tripp. St has already positioned himself to becoming one of the most highly anticipated acts in dance music.
Late Night Radio
Alex Medellin aka Late Night Radio is a Denver-based musician, producer, and pillar of the Colorado electronic music scene. His unique hybrid electronic sound is inspired by classic soul and third coast hip-hop.“The easiest way to describe my music is, ‘Electronic music for people who don’t really like electronic music’,” Alex explains. “There’s hip-hop bass and beats, which keep it relevant. However, I’m taking it into new territory.”It’s also a style he’s been working towards perfecting for nearly a decade.
2023 has started off with several collaborations –“Hold On” with Motifv, a remix of Maddy O’Neal’s “Climb On”, “Blindfold Yourself” and “Storm Clouds Rising” on Daily Bread’s new LP Invisible Cinema, “Emerald City” with Michal Menert, witha new full-length album and more on deck for the rest of the year.In the end, the moniker Late Night Radio reflects the vibrant versatility at the heart of the sound. “At 3AM, DJs will play whatever they want on the radio,” he leaves off. “That’s what I’m doing. It’s a very eclectic mix. It’s who I am