Track Eaters is a vibrant, high-energy duo that is breaking down barriers. The duo consisting of Mic Anton and C.G is known by their audience to deliver an upbeat blend of music that transcends between hip-hop, pop, and dance. They are here to take over the party scene and will not be stopped as they plan to put Lawrence, New Jersey on the map and show the world that Jersey is more than just spray tanned Guidos.
Both Mic and C.G grew up around music with Mic’s father being in a band and C.G’s grandfather apart of a quartet. The duo met in high school, but didn’t join forces until 2010. Mic Anton was in a band and C.G was in a hip-hop group but neither was happy with the drive of their group members or the direction they were going and decided to part ways. This eventually lead to the two joining forces to form Track Eaters. The multi talented duo has ridiculous chemistry that oozes out of their music.
Today, the duo is on the move and cant be stopped. They write and record their music from their basement studio and have managed to crank out some anthems that are sure to take over the clubs, house parties, and radios worldwide. As new comers to the industry, they have managed to obtain some pretty big accomplishments under their belts. They wrote and performed the official school song for Immaculata University that has been used in radio and television commercials, and have performed alongside LMFAO, The Cataracs, and Jeremih. They have also secured sponsorship from ILL x ILL Clothing and Roaring Lion Energy Drink. They successfully released their first EP “Side One” in the winter of 2010 and followed up with the impressive follow up “Side Two” in the summer of 2011.
Track Eaters dream of one day performing for sold out crowds and are continuously working to provide fun music. On their journey to make it to the top you can find them constantly working harder than the next upcoming pop duo. More important than any fame, they just want to make fun music with infectious beats and catchy lyrics that are sure to wreak havoc in the club and around the world. They are working towards performing in more shows, festivals, and showcases in the near future, so don’t be surprised to see them in a city near you.
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