History

Detroit-based Lt.baD was formed in 2012 as a tribute to classic 1980's electrofunk. Starting as a DJ-based duo, members All Classic and Schlüssel Von Zauber released two mixtapes in preparation for their eponymous debut in June 2013, featuring 9 original compositions. A handful of shows followed, and Lt.baD quickly returned to the studio to develop their second album, The Crackdown, released in 2014.

During this period, filmmaker and Detroit native Jerry White incorporated much of the duo's original music in his anniversary episode of 30 Minutes Of Madness, and Lt.baD's music is also featured in the much-heralded documentary on the making of that feature, 20 Years of Madness. Hi-tech bracelet maker Elemoon also borrowed tracks from The Crackdown as part of their 2014 advertising campaign. 

Lt.baD released their third album of original music, Electromagnetic, in 2015; a song-focused collection of funk and pop, it features collaborations with Duane the Brand New Dog and Blunt Technics, among other Detroit artists.
Currently, the act is sequestered in their private studio exploring sounds for a future release and are rumored to have recorded between 60-80 new demos.