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Toronto-based producer Robotaki makes his Foreign Family Collective debut with brand new single “All I Can Do” and also announces his forthcoming EP “Anachronism”.

Robotaki is the moniker of 27 year old Preston Chin. Originally, he started out with singles and remixes for artists like Phoenix, The M Machine, Daft Punk, and Empire Of The Sun, and he started to collect notoriety in the both the contemporary and avantgarde electronic music scenes. With each release stronger than the last, Robotaki started gaining the attention of some of the biggest artists in the electronic community.

Now, globally known electronic act ODESZA welcome the rising talent to their imprint Foreign Family Collective. In his new single, Robotaki shows fans the most evolved version of himself, one that has taken years to curate and refine; one that sees him trade featured vocalists for his own vocal performances. “All I Can Do” is a slow rolling gem boasting emotive sensitivity and a haunting message.

“”All I Can Do” is a song I wrote about finally coming to terms with the end of a relationship and saying goodbye to a part of myself that kept on holding on to the past. Sometimes you get so attached to the way you were with someone that when it’s suddenly over, you start asking questions that ultimately don’t have answers, or at least the ones that you’re looking for. Sometimes all you can do is move on.”

2019 will see Robotaki hit the road together with Big Wild and Mild Minds as he brings his singular live performance to New York, Los Angeles, Detroit, Chicago, Washington DC, Portland and more.

After the success of his recently released album “Invisible”, much acclaimed German house DJ/producer Sharam Jey is set to release the second instalment of the album’s stellar remix package, “Invisible – The Remix Album (Part 2)”, via Bunny Tiger Records on December 10th (Part 1 of the remix package dropped about two weeks ago)

The full 22 track remix album (Part 1 and Part 2) follows the original LP (released back in September) which saw him deliver 14 synth laced tracks that drew inspiration from the likes of Giorgio Moroder, Röyksopp, Daft Punk and Depeche Mode with guest vocal contributions from Little Boots, Dirty Vegas, KLP, Kat, Dacia Bridges and Ashibah.

The second remix package includes reworks by the likes of likes of Kolombo and Mason, we here at Discobelle can premiere the remix from UK based producer Vanilla Ace which makes sure to transform the track “Planet Love” into a steadfast, deep house groover that will make wonders on dancefloors.

All in all, the new remix album complements the original LP perfectly and serves up an intriguing variety of dancefloor ready tracks by a handpicked array of international talents.

“To celebrate and thank my now 100.000 followers I feel lucky I have, here’s something that’s been a fixture of mys sets. A proper re-edit of my favorite bits from both the LP and DP’s official remix versions. While I’d love you to have it, it is unofficial, so I can only have it streaming here as a showcase of my editing work. Original remix is linked It still great music so hope you’ll enjoy it nonetheless :)”

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