: "At first it just seemed like another funny, 'swagged-out' teenager riding Tumblr-wave adderall-core vibes with syrup beats and manic internal rhyme schemes. She's young, pretty, smart, funny, and eminently bloggable. But any reservations I had about whether or not she was actually any good were quickly put to rest once I started listening t o the rest of the songs." -- Vice magazine
asked her about her hopes for her 2012 DNA Lounge show, she said: "I hope nobody accidentally sees my butt, and I hope someone brings me a lot of candy."
brings a bright glossy mix of candied electronic voices and samples set to a tune of nerd nostalgia. Often hailed as the "Girl Talk of video game music" Grimecraft's mashups transport you to a world of retro adventures reminiscent of the glory days of gaming. A Mainstay to DJ Cutman's video game remix imprint GameChops and resident DJ at Destructoid.com, he has captured the hearts of game lovers everywhere.
Federally Certified to Crush Any Party, Graz
is here to take you to Bootleg Babylon. His glitched out highspeed rave renditions of radio's yesteryear are the perfect blend to get any crowd bobbing. Prepare for the true sounds of the plunderground.
Pug afficionado and full-time salsa Baron, Mr. Smith
mixes the sounds of Chipmusic, Electro, Retro Wave, Nerdcore and your annoyingly loud neighbors for an experience that many nightclub critics have enthusiastically described as "Moderately unobtrusive. I didn't realize there was a DJ until I saw two people standing in the sound booth." Witness the sheer insanity of someone turning dials that affect things your ears interpret as music, and leave the venue saying, "Well, that was certainly someone DJing."