Mon, 18 Jul 2011 / Post a commentTonight at 22:00 (+2 GMT) ViaSound Radio presents yet another new entry for July. Mike Holmes from UK will be presenting his show “Dead Frequency” every two weeks. He will be featuring a 2hours show, first hour he'll be presenting his own mixes and the 2nd hour will be dedicated to guest mixes by established and influential Djs/producers. This week for his opening show he is featuring SCOTT ROBINSON. More ›
Mon, 24 Jan 2011 / Post a comment=======================
2011 is already turning out to be an interesting year.
To start off this year I invite you to tune in and listen to my new mix on alternative noise with MusselWhite.
The show goes out this Tuesday 25th of Jan @ 18:00 gmt on http://fnoob.com/radio/techno-radio and will feature 12 new
and favoured tracks from Scotts last year of productions.
Mon, 30 Aug 2010 / Post a commentNew out on the Russian Techno Label is a FREE mini album pack of remixes done by various artist of a track by Vadz titled Vadz – Nuclear Volgodonsk. In total there are 7 remixes of the original track from various artists connected with the label, including Mark Hawkins and Scott Robinson. Download all 7 for free now http://www.russian-techno.com/rtsw17 More ›
Fri, 23 Jul 2010 / Post a commentThis is Part 01 of tracks I have made in 2010 mixed into a 35min mix. It is a FREE download so please help yourselves and tell your friends about it. So this is Part 1 of 2, the harder mix. 10 tracks out of the 20 I have done so far this year.
Just to let you know I am no DJ. The last time I used my decks was about 8 years ago so it is my first attempt at digital mixing.
|Scott Robinson Has been making techno since about 1990.|
Helping with promotion on a number of events including Ugly Funk (London). Over the 20 years Scott has played alongside Luke Slater, Cristian Vogel, Tobias Schmidt, Neil Landstrumm, Subhead, Jerome Hill (Dont), Micheal Foreshaw (Chan n Mikes), Steve Glencross (Sativae records), JE:5 (Snork), Russ Gabriel (Ferox Records) Nebula II and of course Mark Hawkins.
After a gig in Camden underworld supporting Messiah Scott decided to go his own way.
In 1995 He had his first release with the Nottingham crew of Nebula II under a new name of Ocra-A. He become very good friends with Tony Thomas who helped morph his music from Trance into Techno.
At this point Scott met Grant Barber and they st..
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