Based out of Tampa, FL Robert Anderson (DJ ROBOROB) has held a tight grip on all things that encompass the electronic music scene. RoboRob masterfully blends genres to fit his own unique style. His passions span from hard electro to drumstep, breaks to hip hop and dubstep to chiptune. Some of his notoriety stems from his unrivaled ability to play to any crowd, anywhere, while playing many of his own productions.
As far back as 2007, he's since self released 6 full length studio albums and 3 EPs of original material, on top of a multitude of highly praised remixes. 2013 saw a good year for RoboRob when he signed with Damn Son Music and released 2 EPs and continues to release. RoboRob is also supported by and has releases on Scrub Club Records and Gravitas Records. His latest ep 'Terra- Solaris part 2' is being received well. His production style knows no bounds, and he's toured the nation and shared the stage with artists such as: Tiesto, Benny Benassi, Excision, Global Deejays, Mickey Avalon, Hieroglyphics, Nappy Roots, and more.
Festivals DJ RoboRob has played:
Get Lucky 2014, Nerdapalooza 2013, Orlando Music Festival - Go! 2013, Defcon 2013 Comicpalooza 2013, Get Lucky 2013, Get Freaky 2012, Nerdapalooza 2012, Desert Rocks 2012, Das Energi 2012, Get Lucky 2012, Nerdapalooza 2011
Artists DJ RoboRob has opened for:
Above and Beyond, Benny Benassi, Tiesto, Quintino, Alvaro, Excision, They Might Be Giants, Manufactured Superstars, Pegboard Nerds, Tritonal, Tommy Trash, J.Rabbit, Datsik, Dieselboy, Terravita, Jackal & Hyde, Fedde Le Grand, Tritonal, MSTRKRFT, Sue Cho, Designer Drugs, Sidney Samson, Cold Blank, Midnight Conspiracy, Global Deejays, Mickey Avalon, Le Castlvania, Darth and Vader, Downlink, Kristina Sky, Heiroglyphics, Nappy Roots, Breathe Carolina.
POSTED // DECEMBER 27,2012 //
DJ RoboRob, An Aria Electronic (EP)
Dubstep is overplayed, and the warbling bass can sound redundant. This makes DJ RoboRob, with his fresh tracks, a treat to hear.
POSTED // 2012-06-09 //
"While we're talking electronic music, last week saw the latest release from DJ RoboRob. The SLC electro/dubstep DJ has been making the rounds in style lately, which included playing a damned-fine set over at The Metro while it held its free dance-club evening. This month, he returns with some original works in the form of a six-track EP called An Aria Electronic. Nothing too fancy or over complicated about this release, just some pretty-cool dance numbers; not as video-game oriented as his 2011 release Press 'A' To Listen, but it's still got your array of 8-bit themes and sound effects. You can snag it from his Bandcamp page for whatever price you feel like paying."
POSTED // 2011-11-25 //
"Next up is the latest from DJ Robo Rob, who, if you haven't heard of him yet, I have to question if you get out to clubs. Rob has been providing dubstep and eight-bit remixes that have been used over the past four years at places like Area 51, The Hotel, Club Elevate and the now defunct Sky Bar. This year alone, he's had five albums out of free music to download: the EP Compustep in February, Teh D3ceptionz and Of Dubenestep in April, The Remixes ^3 in October and now this month, he has a new set of both genres in a 14-track album called Press 'A' To Listen. I'd recommend snagging some of this free stuff while you can, as well as more albums from his back catalog on his Bandcamp site."
"Acting as an active ambassador between the music communities, RoboRob brings an amazing energy that incites a collaborative atmosphere. It makes the party bigger, happier, and more inclusive." --- 'John ''Hex" Carter - Nerdapalooza Founder/Owner