Lost Pr3acher - Matt Rodgers is creating Electronic Dance Music
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Matt Rodgers is an independent EDM producer within varied genres ranging from Electro-House to Acid Trance. Never one to adhere too heavily to popular trends, he attempts to create unique variations to mainstream electronic genres and provides a quirky, retro vibe to the sounds he creates.

A self-proclaimed auto-didact, he has pursued his education in electronic dance music thus far via practical application of courses provided across venues online, among them YouTube courses, tutorials provided by PointBlank Music School, and industry lectures taught via DJ Game of BusyWorksBeats and independent music tutors within online communities like "Underground Music Producers" run by Danny Lewis and Danny Taurus.

He believes music is a language of transcendent meanings that are hard to articulate verbally, not simply an artistic skill, and having learned several verbal languages in addition to English, has stated that his current goal is now to "learn to speak Music" and to generate moods through his work that can help those who suffer from chronic depression & PTSD.

Among his stated personal influences and inspirations are New Order, Kraftwerk, Daft Punk, Armin Van Buuren, Puscifer, Nine Inch Nails, & Massive Attack.
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Jammer
$5 or more per creation 0 patrons
Jammers love the music and want to hear mixes of their favorite tracks on the DJ tables. Five bucks gets a Jammer a custom DJ mix of two tracks (their choice) into a mashup, sent to them via Google Drive Download Link. 
Groover
$10 or more per creation 0 patrons
Groovers want something designed for them from scratch, not just tracks mixed on tables. Groovers want a full track composed and produced for their own enjoyment, to show their friends, with a personal touch of their choice, whether a name callout in the track, a bit of audio clipped from a famous personage overlaid in the music, or a specific vibe to the track (laid back, energetic, hardcore, spacey, bouncy, etc.). Groovers make the world go round.
Matt Rodgers is an independent EDM producer within varied genres ranging from Electro-House to Acid Trance. Never one to adhere too heavily to popular trends, he attempts to create unique variations to mainstream electronic genres and provides a quirky, retro vibe to the sounds he creates.

A self-proclaimed auto-didact, he has pursued his education in electronic dance music thus far via practical application of courses provided across venues online, among them YouTube courses, tutorials provided by PointBlank Music School, and industry lectures taught via DJ Game of BusyWorksBeats and independent music tutors within online communities like "Underground Music Producers" run by Danny Lewis and Danny Taurus.

He believes music is a language of transcendent meanings that are hard to articulate verbally, not simply an artistic skill, and having learned several verbal languages in addition to English, has stated that his current goal is now to "learn to speak Music" and to generate moods through his work that can help those who suffer from chronic depression & PTSD.

Among his stated personal influences and inspirations are New Order, Kraftwerk, Daft Punk, Armin Van Buuren, Puscifer, Nine Inch Nails, & Massive Attack.

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Tiers
Jammer
$5 or more per creation 0 patrons
Jammers love the music and want to hear mixes of their favorite tracks on the DJ tables. Five bucks gets a Jammer a custom DJ mix of two tracks (their choice) into a mashup, sent to them via Google Drive Download Link. 
Groover
$10 or more per creation 0 patrons
Groovers want something designed for them from scratch, not just tracks mixed on tables. Groovers want a full track composed and produced for their own enjoyment, to show their friends, with a personal touch of their choice, whether a name callout in the track, a bit of audio clipped from a famous personage overlaid in the music, or a specific vibe to the track (laid back, energetic, hardcore, spacey, bouncy, etc.). Groovers make the world go round.