Garth Trinidad is an award winning radio personality, celebrated international DJ, artist, and culture critic. Buoyantly molded by a novel 1980’s hip-hop, skate punk upbringing in Los Angeles, his creative approach is psychedelic and philosophical. He has introduced the world to such artists as Little Dragon and Janelle Monae, interviewed the likes of Quincy Jones and Yoko Ono, is credited in part with shaping LA’s modern music landscape, and regarded by press and peers as a key influencer of global music culture. Garth is currently serving as music editor for LA Canvas and crafting of a new genre of music dubbed Lit-House with DJ/production partner Mateo Senolia, with numerous EPs and singles released through Yoruba and Okayplayer Recordings since 2013. He can be heard most weeknights from 8-10pm on NPR affiliate KCRW 89.9fm, playing his critically acclaimed international mix of music.
Trinidad lists Apple, HBO, Nike, Sony, and Toyota as clients in his work outside the station. He has been featured in such publications as Wallpaper, Vanity Fair, and Rolling Stone, and local TV stations ABC-7, KCET, and KTLA-5.
Juliet Mendoza was born in the city of Angels, we can say her musical background began before she was even born. Having parents with extended musical back rounds ,one can only imagine that Juliet would genetically inherit the love of music.
Now deep into the rabbit hole of Djing, Juliet’s love for the music takes us back to the mid 90’s, house scene. A regular in LA house clubs, such as the Arena and Carnival. By her early 20’s she became a well-known House Dancer in the L.A. underground scene, attending just about every underground house party, She found herself working as part of the promotions street team for one of the biggest electronic music promotional companies of its time, “Go Ventures”, who put on festivals such as: Monster Massive, Together As One, & The Love Festival (LA)(LV)(HI)(CO).
Also a Core Member of the organization “Open House” which gives the community a creative shelter where the knowledge of house dance, music philosophy and club culture is shared in a dance session environment.
She is deeply rooted and connected to LA house music culture, naturally gravitated to the records that inspired her to Dj. with residencies at nights such as “Thick”(LA), “Open House” (LA), and “FlyBall”(LA) “House on the Eastside”(LA) & “Local Love” (LA) she is also a resident of her own night “One Hundred”(LA). There is no doubt that Juliet is a truly driven ambassador to the house music movement.