RotPG – Temple Complex 11/21/2014

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Lonny Rodela aka Temple Complex of “Mninety9sound” has been a part of the underground RAVE scene for 20 years. He started mixing House and Techno at the age of 11 years old and was introduced to Disco by his father who was a DJ in the 80’s and went by the name Ooh La La. His mother who listened to New Wave had a huge impact in his taste in music along with her sister who listened to Deep House and Techno. The combinations of these genres played along side by side to the rhythm of his heart. His older brother took him to his first massive in 1997 called “Count Down” at the Los Angeles sports arena. It was only fitting that he met head on with his destiny after that. He was not only intrigued by the music and movement but by the sound and stage setups. It was at that moment he knew where his life would be directed and that music would be the only joy that life would bring him. He immediately started promoting for many crews and attended every event no matter what the cost or how far the journey. He would admit that there were choices in those years he would do different but the knowledge and experience is what makes him educated and unique. He was not interested in fame and glory from becoming the next superstar DJ even though he had countless chances but made the choice to reject all offers. He only wanted to bring the gift of music to the unknown ears of the people who have never heard house music before in their lives. Lonny Rodela, has played all over from raves, bars, lounges and nightclubs such as The Yost, The El Rey Theater, The Roxy, The Key Club and has even been featured on 88.9Fm KUCI. To him there are no boundaries or limits to how far he will go just to keep the music alive.

Contact info: Lonny Rodela AKA Temple Complex

About Riders of the Plastic Groove

With well over 20 years of DJ'ing experience, Dennis Simms has held residencies at famous clubs like Metropolis (Irvine, CA) C2K at The Venetian (Las Vegas, NV) and The Shark Club (Costa Mesa, CA). Dennis Simms has performed with world class talent such as Junior Vasquez, Taylor, Danny Tanaglia, Frankie Bones, Sandra Collins, Crystal Method, David Alvarado and DJ Pierre just to name a few. While at C2K, he has opened for Snoop Dogg, Digital Underground, Slick Rick and Doug E Fresh. Dennis was also a part of the So-Cal rave scene back in the 90’s while working with master of underground sound systems known as "Shredder" (aka Atlas Sound). Dennis Simms currently operates a long-standing radio show called "Riders of the Plastic Groove" (RotPG) that is dedicated in delivering the best in electronic music from all over the globe featuring world class DJ's oftentimes performing live sets on the weekly broadcast. The show airs every Friday night from 8pm - 10pm (PST) and broadcasts live and direct from the University of California (Irvine, CA) at KUCI 88.9fm and also streaming worldwide at You can also find KUCI streaming on iTunes under Public Radio / KUCI. RotPG, Orange County’s top rated electronic dance music show, features many styles of music such as breaks, house, electro, progressive, minimal, tech house, techno, trance and drum & bass. RotPG regularly hosts world class DJ's and producers such as Sasha, John Digweed, Paul Van Dyk, Taylor, Christopher Lawrence, Juan Atkins, Skylab 2000, Bassland, Electric Skychurch, Omar Santana, Scott Bradford (Lexicon Avenue), Tom Stephan, Fred De Neef, David Alvarado, Rachael Starr, Simply Jeff and Faust & Shortee just to name a few. To hear the finest in electronica from all spectrums of sound, tune in every Friday night to KUCI 88.9fm from 8pm to 10pm.

Posted on November 28, 2014, in #RidersOfThePlasticGroove, #RotPG, DJ Mix, Techno and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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