Unfortunate circumstances have befallen a figure near and dear to the dubstep community. L.A. DJ/producer Trollphace's house reportedly burned down last night, and his supporters have launched a crowdfunding campaign to help him through the dire turn of events.
According to the GoFundMe page set up by his booking agent, Mike Puliz of United Talent Agency, and Chris Eddowes of I.AM.Audio, Trollphace (real name Damon Orienti) lost not only worldly belongings but also beloved pets. At the time of writing, the fundraiser has amassed $5,323 of its $10,000 goal.
Orienti rose to fame in the worldwide dubstep community from 2013-2014. To date, he has released music on such world-renowned record labels as OWSLA, Never Say Die and Firepower Records. Most recently he collaborated with Subtronics on "Mecha Noodle," which came out on NSD Black Label last year.
The GoFundMe page set up in support of Trollphace can be found here.
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