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MY FAVORITE ROBOT's Upcoming Gigs
Friday 20 December, 2013
Gypsy Bar, Moscow, Russia
Saturday 21 December, 2013
Moxa, Bologna, Italy
Thursday 26 December, 2013
MFR Boxing Day Spectacular, Wrongbar, Toronto, Canada
Tuesday 31 December, 2013
New Years Eve, Voodoo, Los Angeles, United States
Friday 03 January, 2014
My Favorite Robot Crossing Wires Showcase, BPM Festival, Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Sunday 05 January, 2014
No.19 Showcase, BPM Festival, Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Saturday 08 February, 2014
Rex Club, Paris, France
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My Favorite Robot is the trio of Jared Simms, James Teej, and Voytek Korab, three Canadian DJ/producers who in a space of a few short years have become a central part of the global electronic music scene.
Simms & Korab originally formed the My Favorite Robot act in Montreal back in 2002 and the label in 2008, shortly after Jared’s move to Toronto from Montreal. At the same time, the duo hooked up with the No19 Music crew and James Teej and a new chapter in Canadian music history was born. Teej, who was already recording for Rekids and other influential imprints, soon became involved in the My Favorite Robot label and a musical affinity between himself and Simms & Korab lead to the duo becoming a trio. Whilst their good friends at No.19 went on to form the massively successful Art Department, the boys at MFR worked alongside them building their own label into a global beacon for quality electronic music.
My Favorite Robot Records has received huge critical acclaim and has released music from the likes of Tim Paris, Jori Hulkkonen, Chloe, Michael J Collins, Kenny Glasgow, Fairmont, Phonogenic, Andrew Grant, & Tiger Stripes to name but a few.
2011 and 2012 saw MFR releases on Visionquest, Life & Death, Crosstown, and Sasha’s new Last Night On Earth label but it’s 2013 that will see the most complete project from The Robots to date with a new album slated for release on No.19 Music in the first half of the year . There are also plans for a series of label driven events around the globe. Already established as a force to be reckoned with, it seems it is now time for the Robots to take on the world…..