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~ ALTERED THURZDAZE ~
The Muncie EDMC (shorthand for Electronic Dance Music Collective) is deep into its 5th year, bringing together electronic artists of all genres and styles to hone their skills and share their knowledge.
This Thursday, they’re taking over, bringing with them an epic lineup of diverse sounds. Dominating your ear-space this week is:
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Ejion is Matas Olsauskas who is a Producer/DJ hailing from Chicago Illinois. Matas has been involved with music for most of his life from school band to The Chicago Youth Concert Orchestra. Once Matas realized that music was going to play a major role in his life he decided to attend Ball State University to pursue a major in Music Technology.
Matas started to grow interest in the recording and production of music with the help of his brother Vinny Olsauskas (CEO of Real Metal Reviews). They recorded their first EP with their band Teratological Nightmare and ever since then Matas has been fascinated with recording and the technology behind all of it.
As for the electronic music production Matas has always been fascinated with electronic music and wanted to know more about the culture and production of it. As he delved into the topic more and more he realized that electronic music might be another interesting hobby and just like that Ejion was Born. Matas’s first alias for this project was SONORITY which later turned into Ejion. From the very first song he produced to the songs that are in progress now Matas has shown his love for music and hopes to deliver the same emotions to anyone who listens to Ejion.
Born in Chicago Illinois, SPACExLION was raised in Gary, Indiana, where he was exposed to Chicago music and dance culture. He grew up listening to an eclectic mix of hip-hop and jpop. As he got older his interest in music grew from just listening to actively wanting to create. He started producing around the age of 13, but didn’t decide to become serious about music until about 17. Now he spends his days producing his own original tracks, as well as doing commissioned work for various people/groups, and putting on shows with the organization he helped build, the EDMC.
Thurzday, August 17th
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