Dave Robertson

Dave Robertson is one of the most influential young talents in the UK tech house scene, with a cool diverse sound that has support from the biggest djs on the planet, and demand from the finest record labels in the industry. Dave's production portfolio continues to grow like wildfire, and there is no let up in the steady stream of bass driven, mind bending dance music that has helped him stamp his reputation as being one of the best new producers on the scene. In 2004 'Can It Happen' and 'Dr Robotnik' on Hearing Aid caused a monumental stir in the house scene receiving plays from Sasha, Nick Warren and Lee Burridge. Dave's 'For Her Addiction EP' swiftly followed with support from Pete Tong, James Zabiela, and Sander Klienenberg, who featured the productions on his Essential mix from Miami in 2004. Next came '3 Weeks On The Trot' on Evasive, and 'Slang For Funky' that was licensed to Sound In Motion mixed by James Zabiela. 2006 was a massive year for Dave. "1 Dunk Wonder" reached number 1 in the DJ download chart and number 2 in the Beatport house chart, " Pressure Cooker" and "Got The Bug" went to Cosmonote, "Mine and His EP" produced with James Talk was signed to Spoken Recordings, and yet another track entitled "Glitch" went to Saved. But it was his collaboration with Jon Gurd on "The Rendition" that truly announced his arrival on to the scene. Extensive plays on Radio 1 from Pete Tong and Fergie were followed by major support from Lee Burridge, Sander Kleinenberg and D.Ramirez, whilst Carl Cox, Steve Lawler and Nic Fanciulli included the track in their Summer Essential Mixes. Eventually released on CR2, the track became one of the label's biggest releases to date, and one of 2006's most successful songs. 2007 has been another amazing year for Dave. CR2 followed up "The Rendition" success by signing "Our Execution" and "Solve It" - the latter being set for release in 2008, and this was swiftly followed by Kill A Watt signing the "Daylight EP". Brand new projects for Toolroom and CR2 are in the pipeline, and demand for his new releases is at an unprecedented high. If being one of the busiest djs and producers on the circuit wasn't enough, Dave has also launched his own label entitled Reveal. The first two releases "Love To" and "No Sonar" have already enjoyed significant success, and Dave is currently hard at work working on fresh new material for release on Reveal in early 2008. And then there are Dave's genre bending remixes. Cosmonote, Twisted Frequency, Brand New Vibe, Mode and Cubism are amongst the many labels that have seen Dave deliver his unique sound to their stable. His remixes are a regular feature on Radio 1, Kiss, and countless other radio stations around the world, and the coming months are set for Dave to cement his status as one of the best UK producers in electronic music.