Music

Eric Dontè's 'Ghetto Trance' Is Taking Over St. Louis

The prolific artist has been especially active of late, with a new EP and several high-profile collaborations

By Delia Rainey

Inspired by childhood memories of St. Louis and a teddy bear mascot, as well as “fantasy movies and things that are uncanny and surreal,” musician and “nightlife icon” Eric Dontè has always created a dichotomy of light-heartedness and boldness. “It just comes from being an alt black boy from the hood that likes experimental music,” Dontè says of his self-defined genre “ghetto trance,” which he describes as “a combination of hip-hop, R&B, punk and trance, with a taste of experimental and cutting-edge atmosphere.”

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