December 4, 2014
Wax Warriors Record Label (WWRL) was created to contribute to the solidarity of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. In order to achieve their mission, WWRL has started promoting and distributing Electronica made by young Aboriginal Producers. To set up youth for success, Crystal Favel aka DJ Kwe has been mentoring Aboriginal youth online and over the phone providing sound advice, sound elements and DJ marketing. The “Set Up For Success” young producers group consists of various Aboriginal youth throughout Canada who are DJ’s and seeking a platform in the world of Electronica Dance Music (EDM).
After six months of ongoing mentoring, Wax Warriors Record Label is proud to announce their second album release “140 & Beyond” showcasing the DJ duo “BASSHEADZ.” This high-energy album is sure to please those who have the need for speed. With 140 beats per minute and faster, your dance workouts will kick you into high gear. Be sure to look out for featured guest DJ’s and soulful connections.
BASSHEADZ is a multi-genre music production and DJ team comprised of two Aboriginal (Coast Salish & Gitksan) Youth (ages 16 & 19) from Houston British Columbia Canada. Their repertoire of skills and original productions showcase this DJ duo as young prodigies in the Electronic Dance Music (EDM) world. With only one year of exposure behind them, they have already played 3 gigs, town dance, Orpheum Theatre, Mid-summer music festival. Leon Erickson (DJ Lou-D) and Brother Stanley Tommy (DJ T-TUBB) started to DJ and produce electronica in order to clean up their lives. They quit drinking and doing drugs in hopes to influence other youth to flow in their footsteps. With their first album “140 & Beyond – Wax Warriors Record Label” behind them, they continue to push the boundaries of bass and seek out more youth to collaborate with. These brothers aspire, to inspire, while building their EDM Empire.
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