DJ/Electronic Musician from Southern California, USA. Est. 1998.
Rotllà: the Artist
A lifelong musician and creative artist, Rotllà (Ro-th-yà) is a true born talent. His love of Dance and Electronic Music are the driving forces behind the independent releases "Hypnotic", "Technotronic", and the recently released "Computerology Orchestra". Influenced by the space age society of yesteryear, Rotllà seeks to re-connect with sci-fi epicism in hopes to remove the genre stereotypes typically associated with techno music. Thusly, his music has become a fresh nuance rendering which features tinges of classical orchestration, vintage electro, hip hop, and techno rave. Never obvious, his post-modern techno "noob" creativity exudes an "otherworldy" sensibility consistent with the current idea ridden age. Overtly opposed to symbols of mediocrity, his music gestures at resonating a curious response against the de-sensitized status quo trend of mainstream popular icons. Unoranately, his digitized beat syncopations, rapturous harmonics, and signature "filter" madness, solidify the natural consistency of such graceful artistic sensibilities. It is in this opulent place that his ideas flourish, far away from meager inventions and genre cliches.
Rotllà: the Dj
An entrepreneurial "roots" DJ, Rotllà, has been paying dues for nearly a decade. While taking on the titles of DJ and Electronic Musician, his response to the current industry standard is straighforward, and consumately definitive. With an arsenal of "classics" leagues deep, his tote bags sport a lively variety which catalogues only the greatest from "master" musicians and the most popular and proven amongst raving global club trotters. From places like Stockholm, to Berlin, Ibiza, and Brazil, his versatility as a dj stems from taking an "outer limits" type attitude, along with his "ethnocentric" view of the world. Whether back or front room, party or rave, his live sets are full of sonic emotion and cultural affair. As such, he has become a true eye and ear to the people.
"DJ Rotllà is fighting the good fight against mediocrity" (Dave Laforteza, Los Angeles Journal)