An-ten-nae is one of San Francisco’s most sought after DJs and live performers. He has taken the art of live remixing to new heights with his own customized performance setup, enabling him to bend genres in ways seldom heard.
Acid Crunk EP#7 demonstrates the power of the west coast bass culture in all its glory. The EP start off with his remixes of Australian vocalist Deya Dova’s ‘5 So Happy’ , which brought the house down on the Village Stage at Shambhala Music Festival this year, on the dub version he strips all the elements of the original, only keeping light vocals and creating a tribal-acid-stepper of epic proportions. Following is the Instrumental of his track Take A Stand which features massive 808's, warped Basslines, and searing effects. Dirty #7, picks the tempo up to a sizzlin 108. with oversized drums, and colliding Basslines, the EP ends off heading into Deep Acid territory with his psychedelic stormer titled Hello. An-Ten-Nae is currently putting the finishing touches on his Acid Crunk Vol. 3 compilation, which we guarantee will blow sum eardrums and have your eyeballs popping out of yer sockets!!
An-ten-nae is an entity possessing the human mind of one Adam Ohana, giving him the ability to transcend above the constraints of music rigidity and transmit bass heavy, crunked out beats of the highest order. His bar raising Live mix mashup compilations, “Punk Rock Country Hop” and “Acid Crunk Vol. 1” have set the standard and has defined an era with over 300,000 downloads to date. Picking up steam in 2009 Acid Crunk Vol. 2 maintained the # 1 seller in Dubstep, Electronica and Chillout genres simultaneously while also having all 14 tracks in their respective genre top 10, as well as rocking the charts on iTunes, Juno Digital and a host of other sites. With an album in the works and the ever growing Acid Crunk series running at full steam, we see no end in site for the ever changing chameleon known as An-Ten-Nae.