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DoBadlyy Present ‘BAD RADIO’ Ep 003 With A Guest Mix By Wermzer!

After debuting their brand new radio show over 1 week ago, which you can listen to here, LA-based duo DoBadlyy has decided to treat us to the 3rd episode, bringing in the Alabama-based artist Wermzer for a guest mix. With more and more restrictions on day to day activities, there is no better time to unveil yet another 1-hour mix filled with top of the range music.

Dobadlyy is a duo consisting of producers Michael and Joseph. With these two artists hailing from different spectrums of the electronic dance music world and having many years of experience under their belts, coming together and collaborating to bring massive tunes has become second nature to them. Combining elements of g-house, tech house and experimenting a bit more with the darker side of house music, Dobadlyy is a project that shows promise of hitting the festival and club circuits in the near future.

DJ and Producer Jeremy “Wermzer” Fiedler has become a staple in music scenes across the Gulf Coast. Hailing from Mobile, AL, Wermzer finds great influence in southern hip-hop and channels those impacts into his dance music productions (literally), using thick 808’s and head knocking drums as a calling card in all of his performances. His bass-heavy sets have allowed him to rock crowds all across the country, bringing his madness to stages alongside local, regional and national EDM superstars, like Boogie T., Oscar Wylde and Breathe Carolina, to name a few, along with hip-hop heavy hitters the likes of Snoop Dogg, T.I., Tech N9ne and more. With more than 10 years of experience behind the decks, Wermzer takes pride in his ability to rock a crowd and has been focusing on producing his own floor-filling music over the past 5 years.

In the 3rd episode of ‘Bad Radio’, both Dobadlyy and Wermzer showcase their fine talents behind the decks with two killer 30-minute mixes. For the first 30 minutes, Dobadlyy takes control with a fantastic tracklist mixed seamlessly to make each transition perfect. For the remaining 30 minutes, Wermzer showcases his infectious sound that has controlled crowds across the US.

Stream this mix below.

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