Collaberations can be a make or break point for any pair of artists. Sometimes the end result can be like oil and water in that they just don’t mix. In the case of Third Frame and Love Hustler, however, you get fire and gasoline. The combination is purely explosive in a retro-esque and unpredictably yet beat-centric musical catapult that thrusts the hips into moist oblivion and girates the soul into a lushoius catastrophe. Only the inner circle of the inde may understand what I’m saying so consider this video your invitation to the in-crowd.

Third Frame

Third Frame

About Third Frame
The Third Frame was formed in 1997 by Ry Gizzy and Ddlux who met in high school in 1990 and formed a bond that has proven to be 25 years strong now. We started playing basement parties with our 1st DJ for a couple years or so and started getting used to being in front of people. We had some crazy parties I even remember 1 that the whole basement was half filled with those packing Peanutz it was really fun to swim. We made a lot of friends and made our name Third Frame in the scene early because Ry Gizzy and Lux have a dope chemistry.

Then Ddlux and Ry Gizzy started playing some live gigs at Fort Wayne, Indiana area bar Columbia Street West with a popular rock band @ the time. Then we hooked up with a mutual friend from high school which only seemed right and felt good @ the time because he was a very talented musician. We then proceeded to perfect our craft @ playing out and did so for five years straight 2-3 shows a week sometimes for free drinks and a little money if we were lucky.

During that time we made and released 3 CDs, made another rock n roll band “White Trash Disco” so we had an opener, made a video, and played with several national acts. Then Ddlux met Leok3 and DJ Spot and introduced them to Ry Gizzy. We all kinda just clicked together and started making music again because it was fun again and no other reason than that. Soon Spot became our third DJ and for us, we think the third time is a charm. So here we love it or hate it but we will not stop making music until our last breaths. So until then, we wanna thank all the fans and people who enjoy listening to the music we love you…


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SOURCE: Official Bio

Love Hustler

Love Hustler

About Love Hustler
Love Hustler is an electro-funk duo formed in 2007 by multi-instrumentalists Adam “CosmicKid” Rudolph and Matt Cashdollar. Originally intended as a studio collaboration, Love Hustler maintains a blend of modern funk. electro, house, and synth-pop styles.

In support of their debut album “White Hot” in 2015, the funky duo has created one of the most unique live experiences in the Midwest. Bursting with style and substance, Love Hustler aims to move their audience by blending live instruments with original beats and samples artfully crafted in their studio.

Adam Rudolph’s passion for creating music at a young age has driven him to grow into a respected producer, songwriter, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist. He has produced dozens of regionally acclaimed albums at his Cosmic Kid Productions Recording Studio. Rudolph’s love of music started with a drumset. It wasn’t long after that he began acquiring an arsenal of instruments to feature on his own music and recording to a 4 track tape player. After many years as resident funky drummer for horn-based funk band The Freak Brothers, Rudolph set out to create an all-encompassing platform for seamless integration of his live vocals, live instrumentation, and handcrafted audio samples…packaged in a DJ-like format all it’s own.

After earning a Jazz Studies degree from the prestigious Jacobs School of Music, Matt Cashdollar traveled internationally as a professional saxophonist and eventually settled in Chicago for 4 years where he worked as a freelance musician, arranger, and music instructor. He has recorded well over 30 original house track with Chicago legends Anthony Nicholson, William Kurk, and Glenn Underground, along with studio projects BetaVision, Kung FuKHZ, and Doctor Moonrocks. Shortly after moving back to Indiana, he founded Boogie Force Records as his love of synthesizers and sound design expanded to help launch Love Hustler out of the studio and into the club. Collectively, the LH duo has shared the stage with the Ohio Players, Zapp, Babyface, Here Come the Mummies, SLAVE, Cheap Trick, David Lee Roth, The Slackers, The English Beat, The Urge, Reel Big Fish, Blood, Sweat,& Tears, and KC & The Sunshine Band.


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SOURCE: Official Bio

THIRD FRAME LINKS:
https://www.facebook.com/thirdframe3
https://twitter.com/thirdframe3
https://soundcloud.com/third-frame

LOVE HUSTLER LINKS:
http://www.lovehustler.com
https://www.facebook.com/LoveHustlerMusic
https://www.soundcloud.com/lovehustler
https://www.lovehustler.bandcamp.com
https://www.twitter.com/LoveHustlerFunk

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