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Electric Kingdom June 7: Robert Tellier

By Ashley Gonzalez posted Jun 07, 2012 at 02:48 PM

Tune in Thursday June 7 from 5-7pm for EKL with your host Ashley G featuring Robert Tellier!


Barely two years into his DJing career, Robert has already made an impression in Miami’s expanding soundscape. He has shown an infinite array of styles: from today's underground tech and deep house sounds to more nostalgic, classic house and everything in between. 

Endless hours spent practicing at one of Miami’s most popular and notoriously fun (not to mention, sound spoiled) after parties have honed his skills into a wide-ranging, touch-all style of house and techno fusion. The last year has seen Robert rapidly gain recognition in Miami both as a solo performance and as a duo alongside his long time mentor, Alex Sapir. Robert flaunted his varying styles during performances at Space, Mansion, Set, Grand Central, The Electric Pickle, Mekka, Burning Man, our endless after parties, and even an appearance at M-Bia in Berlin, Germany. 

As 2012 flies along, his residency with has made him a regular at Miami’s favorite clandestine club, The Electric Pickle, where mybeatFix hosts a regular monthly local showcase. For now Robert is focused on balancing his playing duties with his practice and introduction to the world of music production. With a few beats under his belt already the plan continues in establishing his versatile sound, both in the booth and the studio, here in South Florida. As Spring's breeze gives way to Summer's heat, Robert is in full stride heading into what promises to be another year filled with sun, music, parties and good times for all involved.
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