Streetz On Fire
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Streetz On Fire

Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States | SELF

Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States | SELF
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An electronic/hip-hop duo born from founding members of punk rock band Averman, Streetz On Fire has an eclectic sound, to say the least. Elements of grimy hip-hop mixed with clean, polished electronic beats makes for a dancey, fun combination. Their attitude, energy and aggressive beats draw comparisons to the likes of 3Oh!3, and a dirtier, darker Cobra Starship.
- Position Music


@StreetzOnFire “11:34” (shortfilm) This video reminds me of a masterpiece @Kanywest would’ve been apart of.. Congrats 2 Streetz On Fire for the dope video!!! Follow them on twitter @streetzonfire - Random Thoughts

"Streetz on Fire – T.R.O.N. (Gabe Niles Remix)"

Some guy named Gabe Niles remixed some song called ‘T.R.O.N‘ by some group called Streetz on Fire. - The Cluh

"Streetz on Fire"

A good family friend is in an up and coming rap group called Streetz on Fire. He sent me some promo photos and I was happy to return some altered versions in my style. Check out their music here. - Seth Patrick

"Introducing Streetz On Fire"

Zach Brown and David Braxton (formerly of Averman) have started a project called Streetz On Fire. They just released a free EP that can be found here. - Absolute Punk

"Streetz on Fire"

Streetz On Fire have become a Kings favorite after listening to the latest self-released EP “The Repetition Of Nightlife” which was engineered and mixed by Jesse Cannon (Man Overboard, Hot Rod Circuit, Transit). You can visit their Facebook for upcoming show dates. - Kings of A&R


Musformation has relaunched, I have already written nearly 100 new articles for it and the book accompaniement to the site, The DIY Guide To The New Music Landscape is nearly complete.

Alter The Press recently had me on a round table about promoting your band, that was very fun.

Man Overboard‘s S/T (Rise Records) record which was recorded at CFS and co-Produced/Engineered by me as well as Juicehead’s How To Sail A Sinking Ship(Misfits Records) (which I mixed) are seeing very impressive reactions on the charts this week.

Stream some records I worked on recently:

Mighty Fine – Get Up To Get Down (Mixed)

Man Overboard – S/T (Co-Produced and Engineered)

Transit – Something Left Behind (Produced, Engineered, Mixed, Mastered)

Juicehead – How To Sail A Sinking Ship (Mixed)

Basement – I Wish I Could Stay Here (Mixed)

In other news I just finished an amazing record with Terra Terra Terra and finally finished the amazing new Morning Glory record I have been working on for the last 9 months.

I have also had One Word Song, Ten Cent Fuck Flicks, Heap, Streetz on Fire, The Bamboo Kids, Future of the Party (stream their record here) in recently!
- Jesse Cannon

"“Demons In My Glass”"

So I’ve always heard good things about Streetz On Fire & I’ve been trying to watch them since last year, but for some reason, I still haven’t been able to. Recently, however, I randomly ran into them a couple times. Their personalities are just as refreshing as their music, and I’m definitely eager to see what they’ve got cooking for this year. Props, guys! - Roxy Grey

"J-Bry & Streetz On Fire"

Florida’s Hip-hop scene is changing everyday and J-Bry is here to proove it. In Demons In My Glass, Bry teams up with Electro/Hip-hop duo Streetz On Fire from Virgina Beach, VA. Exorcisms, and Alcohol. You don’t have to cut your wrist. - Hip-Hop Rec

"Streetz On Fire (Short Film)"

Check out this VA Beach Hip Hop / Electronic / Rap Duo battle Demons in this short film displaying their music - Planet 804

"Streetz On Fire (Short Film)"

Check out this VA Beach Hip Hop / Electronic / Rap Duo battle Demons in this short film displaying their music - Planet 804

"Shout out to Streetz on Fire, The Aragona Project, and Baby E"

This post is dedicated to three local artists groups that are stepping their game up and redefining music. Destroying boundaries of what it means to be a local artist in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Streetz on Fire, Zach Brown and David Braxton,has to be one of my favorite artists watch perform live. They are always filled with so much energy and ready to rip the stage in half. They have just finished their music video for their songs so be on the look out for the release. Stay updated on their facebook page cause they have big plans for summer. ... - Just Awesome


3 Song Demo- June 2011;
Sexy By Six- Single July 2011
--Has received airplay on Z104
--Received airplay on Online New York Radio
-(Andrew K Radio)
The Repetition of Nightlife- October 2011
--Entire album is streamed onto online radio station Jango Airplay
--The Repetition of nightlife can be found on Spotify, iTunes, Soundcloud, Bandcamp
Sexy By Six Remix- Nottz Raw (2012)
(working title)---(released Summer 2012)



Originality is something that is often hard to come by these days. People want to be mirror images of the stars they see today. David Braxton and Zach Brown want no part in that.

Here the story goes...

Since they were kids they have both played in successful touring rock bands in the state of Virginia. Zach Brown played with metal band We Were Gentlemen (Century Media) and Andover who recorded with Lee Dyess (From First to Last, Mayday Parade). He played numerous shows but just felt something was missing.

David Braxton had been programming and creating electronic music since 2002 and started slowly becoming Virginia's best kept secret. His production is deeply based in hip-hop but with a strong electronic twist using heavy modulated bass as well as trance based synthesizers.

Both came together for the first time to play music in another successful Virginia based Pop-Punk band known as Averman who was signed to independent label Roundkid Records. Brown and Braxton and had high hopes for Averman when they received attention from Jesse Cannon who was managing and recording many successful acts such as Man Overboard, Transit, Limp Bizkit, and the Dillinger Escape Plan.

Brown and Braxton had strong expectations for the band but unfortunately different mindsets forced the band to disband at the time. The two had been making music on the side however. They had a released a three song demo that was all self produced but mixed by Mark Padgett (mae). They felt they had something unique they wanted to share with the world.

Streetz on Fire had been picking up a bit of steam. They had been playing large local electronic events in the area. Seeing the reception they got from the crowd they knew they had something. They began talks with Jesse Cannon about recording and a few months later The Repetition of Nightlife was created. The Repetition of Nightlife received great reviews and Streetz on Fire decided it was time to make the side project a priority.

A few months later Streetz on Fire got the attention of Grammy award-winning producer Nottz Raw. Nottz Raw has done production for many great acts and legends such as Kanye West, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, and one of Braxton's favorites T.I. Nottz Raw did a remix of Streetz on Fire's single Sexy By Six.

Shortly after Streetz on Fire received attention from a California based A&R Jake Verluis of Position Music who offered Streetz on Fire one of their first publishing contract.

Streetz On Fire's work ethic and combination of unique production styles have made them a force to be reckoned with. With their over the top live show and catchy tunes they are destined to take the world by storm.

As of now Streetz on Fire will be recording their second official release with Jesse Cannon as well as release the Nottz Raw Edition of Sexy By Six in June of 2012. A video for the remix will be released shortly before. Be on the lookout all things Streetz on Fire.