Robin Meure is not new to the scene. At the age of 19 he went to the infamous ClubRisk parties at the Winkel van Sinkel in Utrecht, getting educated and learning what house and techno music was all about. He started at the age of 39 producing electronic music. In the past he already released several records with different record labels and also a few tracks of his own are on the major streaming platforms and bandcamp.

Robin produces a wide range of electronic music, from ambient to techno, and mostly with a 303 (twist) thrown in. He does not like to bound himself to a specific genre or style, but rather take the old school holistic approach that everything that sounded somewhat electronic was regarded as house music. He’s heavily inspired by artists like Josh Wink, Underworld, Orbital, Speedy J, Masters at Work, Dubfire, Richie Hawtin and Laurent Garnier.

Releases

Robin Meure – Running Again EP

Tracklist:
Running Again
Bathroom

Running again:
This time I was looking for something a bit more hard/aggressive, hence the strong kick and crazy 303 lines. This because I could run fast again after having an injury/pain at my achilles heel, hence I could let go some frustration using this track (and thus also hence the name of the track).

Bathroom:
The idea behind the track was to create the ‘higher state’ feeling by adding the 90’s type of string in there to lift you up and trying to give you a nostalgic and warm feeling. The title of the track comes from the fact that during the creation of this track I was renovating my bathroom.

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Robin Meure – New Book EP

Tracklist:
New Book
Loud

New Book
Robin wanted to create something similar sounding as the previous track, during the creation of this track he received his new SurfaceBook, so hence the title. A new Book 😉 The idea behind creating something a bit similar is that he could release these two tracks as a pair where they could complement each other.

Loud
The idea behind the track was that Robin was getting inspired by listening to Speedy J’s (classic) Loudboxer album again, and it brought so much memories back. And thus, he went on and found a very cool techno rumble sound in one of his favorite plugins of NI called TRK-01. From there on, Robin wanted to maintain a high level of energy in the acid line throughout the track. As you may have guessed, the title of track was inspired by the name of the album by Speedy J.

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