Tag: My Favorite Robot Records

Video Premiere: Jori Hulkkonen - Sometimes You Win, But Not Very Often (Original Mix)

Shot against the gorgeous Finnish countryside, Jori Hulkkonen’s new music video, ‘Sometime You Win, But Not Very Often’ represents another quality vision off his latest album “Don’t Believe in Happiness”. See also: [Playlist] Jori Hulkkonen’s Musical Autobiography Hulkkonen’s last appeared on the label with his previous two album’s, in 2015 and 2012, and with each he proves further his mastery of the synth; an artist who crafts emotional tracks infused with dub, pop, nu-wave and techno. On the new album, and the single presented here, it is another moody but beautiful affair that has evolved stylistically once more. “Don’t Believe ... Read more

Premiere: Kiki & Alessio Pagliaroli – 3001 (Original Mix)

Finland’s Kiki has had many underground hits in his time, releases on Watergate, Exploited and BPitch Control, and can do everything from deep and seductive to more tech and peak time cuts. Italy’s Alessio Pagliaroli, meanwhile, has held some key residencies in his home country and puts out soulful, Detroit infused sounds on cultured outlets like Moodmusic. This talented pairing has now teamed up to produce the next excellent EP on My Favorite Robot Records. Between them are four cuts that draw on a wide sphere of influence and each one excels for its own distinct reasons. Today’s exclusive premiere, ... Read more

Full Premiere: Of Norway – Running Lights IV (Original Mix)

Well known locally in Norway’s house, disco and techno scene, Of Norway is now building their name internationally thanks to great releases on labels such as Connaisseur Recordings, Darkroom Dubs and My Favorite Robot Records. Their impressive skills in the booth have taken them to top end clubs like Fabric of London and Tresor, Bar25 and Katerholzig in Berlin. Their live sets are, like their productions, a little quirky and melodic, but with a clear house and disco influence, as evidenced on their latest offering ‘Running Lights’. The duo is on the cusp of being a headline act in Europe, ... Read more