Poet/Lyricist/Dj Let me help you groove
MUSIC PRODUCER-Seeking a harmonic blend of old school hip hop, funk, and pulsing bass
Rory "R-Doo" Martinelli is an Electronic Blues producer from Boulder, Colorado. At eight he was given his first drum set from his next door neighbor. At ten he began taking guitar lessons. Within the next few years he and Henry Young (True School) started playing music together, Henry playing bass, Rory on guitar, and miscellaneous others to fill in they fell in love with their art. In their freshman year of high school, during music theory, Henry introduced Rory to producers like Pretty Lights, Gramatik, and Griz. As well as production tools like Abelton Live and Maschine. With this new basis, accompanied by a foundation in blues and hip hop music, R-Doo came to life. R-Doo is the name given to Rory by his parents at a young age derived from, roar du leon, or roar of the lion.
With electric hip hop beats accompanied by blues and funk, R-Doo captures the stage with a repertoire of instrumentation. During live performance he plays live; guitar, keys, trumpet, generates synths, and performs turntablism as well as dj's the set. R-Doo just released his newest EP, Staring at a Passing Glance. R-Doo has played with national and local acts like Zoogma, Skydyed, Lucid Vision, Templo, Evanoff, as well as held two headlining performances in Denver (Cervantes Masterpiece, Moon Room @ Summit) along with countless other performances. R-Doo's next performance will be at the Barkley Ballroom on January 21st, 2016 with Bass Physics.
Json Martin's music delivers a new standard in creation, skill, and versatility. Being able to blend a wide variety of genre's, his key signature. A man of many faces. R&B, Rock, and Hip Hop his mask.
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