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There’s a big sound coming out of Miami. It’s a loud, in your face sound with a
hip-hop lean and sometimes a tropical vibe. It’s dirty, sexy and full of hype, and
it’s called GTA.
Matt Toth and Julio Mejia make up the dynamic duo. Dedicated to their music,
they stay holed up in their bedroom studio building beats that can set off any kind
of dance floor. They’re stealing the stage from their hood to New York, LA and
everything in between, and it just comes down to how they play their game.
Producers without borders, their catalogue of sounds span the gamut without
limitations. They’ll experiment with trap music, house, moombahton, funky
electro, booty bass, salsa, big room, anything they can put their flavor on. With
“Death to Genres” as their battle cry, their mission is to set the room on fire and
get all the asses clapping, every time.
GTA’s future sound has them sought after some of the biggest names in the
dance music game. They’ve had releases on Diplo’s Mad Decent, Ladback Luke’s
Mixmash and A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold Records. They’ve remixed various artists from
all genres, including Michael Woods, Trinidad James, Deadmau5, Wolfgang
Gartner, Clockwork, Laidback Luke and A-Trak.
Armed with endless creativity, a tireless work ethic and a fierce dedication to
their craft, GTA are carving their name into the minds of dance floors freaks
everywhere, and you can count on them to deliver the goods, each and every
North America: Harris Lewis