Centre for Arts and Technology Student featured on Capital News

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Former Kelowna Centre for Arts and Technology student, DJ Tyler Martens, aka Stickybuds, has been featured on the Capital News website. Tyler’s sound is a unique mixture of electronic and funk music which is quickly gaining steam.

Tyler was hired to teach Audio Engineering at Centre for Arts and Technology immediately after graduating. He moved on from the Centre three years later to fully pursue his passion.

Tyler has been working in the industry for over a decade, touring from New Zealand to Hong Kong, as well as taking part in Shambhala.

Tyler is a proud Canadian, not only conducting his business solely out of Kelowna, but professing that if he was only able to play in one place in the world, it would be Canada.

With an amazing career in the horizon, many admirable accomplishments to date, we couldn’t be more proud of the Centre’s own, DJ Tyler Martens.

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