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Born and raised in Weston, Massachussetts, Edward Ma, now known to the world as edIT, began his music career as “The Con Artist” just before the turn of the millennium. As a resident DJ at the now defunct Konkrete Jungle Los Angeles, he shared the stage with Hive, Daddy Kev, James Tai and mic rockers Busdriver, P.E.A.C.E. and Mikah 9. Konkrete Jungle marked the golden age of indie hip-hop in Los Angeles, and was the bridge between the jungle and b-boy massives. During this time, he also held a residency at Dublab Radio. He was one of the very first Dublab DJs and broadcasted two weekly shows from the legendary Melrose Avenue studio. Far ahead of its time, Dublab operated as an internet radio station and served as a unifying force for the melting pot of L.A.’s intellectual DJ culture. During this musical renaissance, edIT used “The Con Artist” name to produce and engineer for the likes of Sole (Anticon), Busdriver (Epitaph), Aloe Blacc (Stones Throw), Emanon (Shaman Work), and Dr. Oop (Black Love).

It was 2003 when “The Con Artist” adopted the edIT moniker, while finishing his debut solo album Crying Over Pros for No Reason. The album was released by µ-Ziq’s Planet-Mu imprint a year later in 2004. The album was a downtempo love-maker’s epic about opportunities lost. Shortly thereafter, he shifted gears towards the dance floor and remixed Daedelus’ “Dumbfound” for Plug Research, which became a party rockin’ classic, and further established edIT as a force to be reckoned with in the IDM and electronic worlds.


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  • razor_sharp7

    I meant solo I guess. I didn't realize he was a part of the generic electronic trio called The Glitch Mob.

    8 Jun 3:59am Reply
  • araubner

    @razor_sharp7 that's a bad troll... This dude is a legend *.*

    10 Feb 5:17am Reply
  • razor_sharp7

    He has potential

    18 Jan 3:12am Reply
  • ggil_

    Finally, after such a disappointment of an album that Love Death Immortality was to me. I'm crying of joy

    7 Oct 2014 Reply
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  • zrmkr

    fuck that fucking shitty piece of shit profile pic, get your shit together lastfm and fucking change it

    18 Mar 2014 Reply
  • vaniamix

    more PLS!)

    16 Mar 2014 Reply
  • iClondike

    now that TGM fucked its name up, could you make some solo stuff bruh? [2]

    10 Feb 2014 Reply
  • TheDarkSilence

    now that TGM fucked its name up, could you make some solo stuff bruh?

    9 Feb 2014 Reply

    the name "ediT" is cool, but it makes searching your music on the internet nearly impossible! lol

    21 Nov 2013 Reply
  • cathurrn

    I love this guys music. Can you please come to Toronto?

    26 Sep 2013 Reply
  • MoDesT-


    10 Sep 2013 Reply
  • DarkWandering85

    For everyone telling Edit to create more music like "COPFNR" please do the following: Build a time machine and go back to the 1930s, tell Hemingway to write more books like The Sun Also Rises before he does something like write Old Man and the Sea. While you're at it please tell Salvador Dali to stick to his early work before he creates something like The Hallucinogenic Toreador. Too hard? Okay, then teach yourself how to create really good electronic music that evokes powerful emotions and make your own version of COPFNR. Still too hard? Okay, I guess you should just keep telling artists how they are doing it wrong on the internet.

    5 Sep 2013 Reply
  • ZinsZ


    17 Jul 2013 Reply
  • NilsMoody

    Just make music like 'Crying over pros for no reason' again :-/

    11 Jul 2013 Reply
  • azure17

    Thanks for fixing the name!

    19 Jun 2013 Reply
  • GrubenHocker


    21 May 2013 Reply
  • ggil_

    oh come on, I love Crying Over Pros but The Glitch Mob is awesome too. There is no reason to hate the group just because edIT is producing another style of glitch.

    22 Apr 2013 Reply
  • hooshimine

    arigato gozaimasu

    18 Apr 2013 Reply
  • HeavenDuff

    Crying Over Pros For No Reason, is a masterpiece. edIT needs to explore this kind of music again. And... we have to change that main picture...

    8 Apr 2013 Reply
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