2013 Red Bull Thre3StyleU Winner
<3MY DIRTY south support while reaching for the intergalactic respect & appreciation of all music lovers.
Connoisseur of good music, fun dance moves, and a handmade sound system that brings all the good vibes!
I mashup and produce music and love mixing live bands (especially if a sax is involved) and low frequency movements into dangerously sexy sets!
~GLOtron's Dance Party, Tuesday 9:30 <1/11-MEOW> @ Dave's Tavern, Starkville, MS
~Held Residence @ State Theatre, Starkville, MS
~Held Residence @ Remington's Hunt Club, Starkville, MS
~MSU Library Rave 2009 2010. <3k attended in grassroots campus rave>
~MSU Fashion Board DJ. <4 years>
~Interestingly long background: Growing up in Jackson, MS following the local indie and hardcore music scene and traveling far and wide to catch the early 2000 “emo” band scene. In 2006, his evolving music tastes from becoming a student and now Aerospace Engineering graduate at Mississippi State University. DJing local house parties and fraternity parties for fun, and then gaining local fame and playing with artists such as Big Gigantic DJ Logic, MiM0SA, Archnemesis, Mindelixir, Sleepyhead, and performing with Memphis’s ELECTROCITY. Having held residency at Remington’s Hunt Club and State Theatre in Starkville, MS before branching out as an entrepreneur to keep the “GLOtron” show as unique as can be. Producing several mash-ups available on Soundcloud, a GLOtron show is a high energy unique experience. GLOtron is investing his time throwing larger parties such as the Library Rave at MSU Library, which had over 3000 in attendance in 2009, and the annual Halloween party in Columbus, MS with over 1000 in attendance. GLOtron is leading North and Central MS in the electronic music dance scene, keeping up with national acts in production quality, energy, and a playing a diverse music selection that ranges from Dubstep to mid-tempo, Drum ‘n’ Bass to Moombahton, Electro House, Nu Disco, and even mixing live acts such as STS9 and Widespread Panic. GLOtron strives to improve the music made and listened to in Mississippi and throughout the southeast.