Good Morning Mix: A-Trak and Claude VonStroke drip in finesse on episode 177 of Night Owl Radio

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Insomniac CEO by day, electronic musician matchmaker by night, Pasquale Rotella has long been bringing dance music’s most dynamic DJs together under the Night Owl Radio umbrella–the most recent installment of the late-night serial not withstanding.

A credit to Rotella’s curative expertise, episode 177 of Night Owl Radio sees Rotella purvey two musical masterminds, A-Trak and Claude VonStroke, for a two-hour show that coalesces the freshest tracks of the moment. The satiating live mix is dead-set on feeding the speakers of all who tune in. Hot off their recent performances at Holy Ship! 12.0, A-Trak and Claude VonStroke prove they’re warmed up and ready to galvanize Night Owl Radio listeners to groove from the moment they each hop in the cut.

First up is A-Trak, who rounds up the records that comprise his Up All Night picks, before passing the sonic baton to Claude VonStroke. VonStroke steps in approximately an hour and a half into the installment, only to lay down a house-driven guest mix that is anything but tired. Listeners left wanting more can catch both A-Trak and Claude VonStroke at EDC Mexico, slated for February 23-24.

K-9 drug-sniffing dog overdoses during pre-Holy Ship! boarding inspection

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Brevard County Sheriff’s officers administered Narcan to K-9 dog Jake after the drug-sniffing dog displayed signs of an overdose, following the dog’s inspection of luggage during Holy Ship! 12.0’s pre-boarding bag checkpoint. “[Jake] started having some problems with balance and had some type of seizure incident of some sort, [and] was showing effects of having inhaled some substance,” sheriff’s office spokesperson, Tod Goodyear said. Officials promptly took Jake to the vet after giving Jake the anti-overdose medication.

Authorities suspect that Jake ingested a type of ecstasy and later traced the drugs that prompted Jake’s overdose to 33-year-old Holy Ship! 12.0 would-be attendee Leslie Bennett. Police arrested Bennett for felony possession of a controlled substance without prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia and equipment. Bennett is but one of a group of 16 arrested while trying to board Holy Ship! The Brevard County Sheriff’s office released arrest information immediately following the first installment of Holy Ship!’s two-part 2019 iteration. Jake, meanwhile, is now in a stable condition, and expected to make a full recovery.

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16 arrested during Holy Ship! 12.0 preliminary boarding check

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The first leg of Holy Ship! 2019 resulted in the arrest of 16 would-be attendees of the annual electronic cruise event.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office released the specifics of each arrest made prior to Holy Ship! 12.0. The arrests were multifarious in nature, ranging from possession of a controlled substance, to intent to sell narcotics, to resisting an officer. The Sheriff’s Office, US Customs and Border Patrol, and Port Canaveral, from which both installments of Holy Ship! set sail, collaborated to ensure that no narcotics or weapons escaped officers’ notice during Holy Ship! 12.0’s preliminary baggage check. Officials used drug-sniffing dogs to detect the presence of illicit drugs, a practice that Holy Ship! openly declares to be in effect on its website. “Every person and each piece of luggage will be inspected by dogs trained to detect explosives and contraband,” Holy Ship!’s website notes. “Anyone found to be violating the law and/or in possession of illegal substances…will be arrested and banned from all future events.”

Based on the number of arrests reported from Holy Ship! 12.0, Holy Ship!’s 2019 total of arrests has the propensity to plunge. In 2018, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office accounted for more than 40 arrests spanning both Holy Ship! iterations. DJ Gina Turner was among those arrested in 2018. Turner was apprehended and later charged with one count of possession of cocaine, and two counts of possession of another controlled substance. Police did not reveal the name of the secondary controlled substance.

Photos, names, and ages of those arrested during Holy Ship! 12.0 can be viewed, here.

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