The Russ Liquid Test – Fanghorn

June 6, 2018 by Seth Winkler

Trst. – Bitch Boyz

January 6, 2018 by Seth Winkler

Utlra Foxx – Utlra Foxx EP

July 15, 2016 by Seth Winkler

1000volts (Redman & Jayceeoh)

June 30, 2016 by Seth Winkler

I’m not sure if anybody could shut down this song. “LIGHTS OUT” is pretty much party guaranteed. It has a certain goofy sound yet still very listenable and professional overall, I guess you have to be expert producers like 1000volts to tap into something like that. Either way, whether it be the high hats in the background, that great add-lib or the massive synths at the drop, I think you’re going to like this one.

Illenium – Sleepwalker (Virtu Remix)

June 9, 2016 by Seth Winkler

Check out this new remix of Illenium’s “Sleepwalker” by the rising artist Virtu. The track has a big sound and a lot of different electronic elements going on. It’s yet another testament to Virtu’s production skills and quality taste in modern dance music. Check it out!

Ivy Levan – 27 Club [Oji X Volta Remix]

September 14, 2015 by Seth Winkler

OxV is a hot new artist on our radar, for good reason. Their take on electronic music is definitely a breath of fresh air. From their originals with Jon Bellion to other worldly remixes, their discography is only getting started. Here at Robot Dance Music we’re unbelievably excited to watch this duo grow.

Le Castle Vania + LUMBERJVCK

July 29, 2015 by Bryan Peace

LUMBERJVCK and Le Castle Vania could not be better suited to collaborate with each other. Both have built their reputations on taking electronic music into harder and heavier territories. By working together, they seem to have dared each other to go even further down this road.

The ‘You Know My Name’ EP takes a punk rock attitude towards bass music.  It delivers emotional melodies, crashing beats, rumbling basslines and tearing synths that leave you ultimately breathless. These tracks are designed to get a crowd hyped and keep them energetic and on their toes.

The sneering vocal and bass sounds of ‘You Know My Name’ are first out of the gate.  Then, the funky bending bass and synths of this mid-tempo banger, ‘Numba One’ plants a fist firmly into your solar plexus. ‘Ham Sandwich’ increases the tempo and the funk further, inserting electro vibes as well as a touch of old-school hip-hop swagger into the mix. Finally, LA-based singer/songwriter Mariana Bell delivers a haunting vocal on the anthemic trapstep of closer ‘Carry On’ that lifts the whole release to even greater heights.

Uncompromising, energetic and alarming at times, this release ensures that anyone unfamiliar with Le Castle Vania and LUMBERJVCK before, will certainly KNOW THEIR NAMES after this.