InternetTrapGod is Here to Make You Move: The DC9 at Night Mix

The plethora of beatmakers, producers and DJs in Dallas are bussin' the local music scene wide open. We here at the Observer wanted to showcase that talent through bi-weekly mix's made by the best in the business, and made especially for DC9 at Night. So stream, download and share this with your friends. Relive the weekend and prepare for the next with the official Observer Mix.

Marcus Luera wants to be known as a hood DJ. But Luera, a.k.a. DJ InternetTrapGod, pulls his musical influences from mostly folk and indie music, citing Circa Survive and Bon Iver as main influences. He just has a very distinct philosophy as a DJ: Cater to the female crowd, get them dancing and feeling good, and you'll have the vibe of a venue at your fingertips.

Growing up in Oak Cliff, before the days of Bishop Arts, Luera would mine music video channels to find new music, fascinated by different sounds and styles. Luera prides himself on being able to play at any club, to any audience, by analyzing the energy of the room and freestyling his sessions.

What to Expect: Something to twerk to. InternetTrapGod opts for the carnal over the cerebral.

Track Listing:

Migos - Undelay Rich Homie Quan - Don't Look Like That A$AP Ferg - Work (Remix) Juicy J - Show Out Lil Reese - Traffic (Remix) Young Scooter - Columbia (Sholhmo Remix) Future - Karate Chop Migos - Jumping Out The Gym Yung Nation - Shawty Wassup (James Sayko Remix) Chief Keef - Love Sosa (R.L. Grmies Remix) Gucci Mane - Squad Car Que feat. Migos and Juicy J - Young Nigga

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