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Roger Sanchez Release Yourself 723 (Guest: Robosonic) (28-08-2015)

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We all know that not everyone understands House Music but even Jack himself couldn't have wished for a more spiritual, body and soul shakin duo to spread the word. You dont exactly have to dive into Robosonic's numerous releases to instantly hear that the classic House Music template - laid down all those years ago in Chicago and New York - was always the most popular game for this Berlin based duo.
It has been 9 years since their first album Sturm und Drang and more than double that since these boys adopted mixtapes, crates and bootlegs as their daily nourishment. They've been hard at work in the studio ever since, squeezing more groove out of their tracks than an industrial juicer. 

Following their genre-defining Beatport Deep House chart toppers Worst Love and The Edge Robosonic cemented their place as front runners on the international House scene. Those tracks propelled the boys into a string of high profile releases and collaborations that hasn't let up since! 

Anyone whos DJd knows that you have to put in work, both to sharpen your skills and to find those unique cuts that no one else has. Early on, Roger became a dedicated crate digger, searching for obscure samples and break beats in influential NYC record stores like Rock & Soul and Vinylmania. Formerly a talented student of the arts who attended the Pratt Institutes School of Architecture, music culture grew to encompass Rogers life as he began to sell his own mixtapes on the sidewalks of Broadway in order to finance his earliest gigs. With encouragement from his father, an engineer, Roger put his thoughts about a career in architecture on hold and launched himself into music full-time.
Roger Sanchez Release Yourself 723 (Guest: Robosonic) (28-08-2015)
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