Its been a long time coming but finally it has arrived. Taking a really long trip from a far far universe to your desktop comes Super Hyper Impact by the one and only space demon himself NVR-NDR. The very first official release from the man who has made a big name for himself in such a short amount of time. Taking on plenty of projects at once you begin to wonder, this guy has to be from space. Drawing from a diverse array of influences including breakcore, eurobeat, and happy hardcore this free live EP of NVR-NDR featuring guitar by POLO, cover artwork by David Pursley (concept artist for Startcraft & Diablo), Photography by Marianne Williams, and remixes by Sheldon James, ICUH8N, and Tetsujin. This album will cause random spastic movements and the incredible urge to eat a pizza or four. Click download, go to bandcamp, and get this great album now! When have we lied to you? -RR!
[tlr] – “Never Ender”
The year has come to an end and here we are again, another year older trying to figure out what kind of bullshit to try and keep to the coming year. With every year comes that one song that stays in our heads and just cant get it out. It could be anything really, something with a great beat, a great woman singing her ass off, a drum blast over a synth, anything really. Since the start of RR we have tried to release as much different stuff as we could without getting carried away. Sometimes its hard to say no to people, and when you come from a background of having your own project you know getting told no is the worst feeling ever. Over the course of a year and a half or so RR has put out 60 releases from a variety of great musicians. We got humans from Texas, The UK, Indonesia, Denmark, just to name a few. This year we put together a compilation in the Spring with good intentions and to date it still has the most daily, weekly, and monthly downloads from all the releases put out before and after it. The first installment of Spring Cleaning Music made a ton of noise and had such a great lineup of music that I still cant believe we put it out. On that album was a song called “Never Ender” by San Diego native Taylor Shechet who goes by alias [tlr]. I cant speak for everyone but this song really stuck out to me (notice how I go from we to me/this is a one man show) from the moment I got a hold of it. Personally I was having a funk of a year when it came to producing music for my project A Beautiful Lotus. I had a daughter and she took up most if not all my time. Yes she sat on my lap as I wrote most of the ambient albums I put out but I couldn’t do more than that at the time. I became really good e-friends with Taylor and was inspired by his motivation and drive towards music production and anything art in general. I myself found myself feeding off of our AIM conversations for knowledge and inspiration which I had little of the past few years. With the song “Never Ender” it touched a nerve inside of me with the never ending diaper changes, bottle feedings, rocking to sleeps, not getting laids, running out of weeds, being brokes, house payment to dam highs, McDonalds, masturbating, sweeping, dishes, cleaning the litter, pizza boxes, not getting laid, showers, long drives, and so on. I guess what i’m trying to say is that this song really got me through some tough times and with that I pick this as the song of the year here at ROBO! Robotica. Taylor will receive a round trip bus trip to the location of his choosing, an all day at the spa package from our good friends at Whank it out, and also an all you can eat all year gift card to Pizza Mountain the home of the Pizza Mountain. I would like to thank everyone who has been involved in making this net label what it is today and will be tomorrow. I really love giving you another outlet for free music to be put out onto the world and for free no less. We are looking for 2011 to be one hell of a year so we hope you stay here with us at RR and well keep helping kill your hard drive. From all of us (me Phil) here at ROBO! Robotica id like to wish you a Happy New Year and please put rockets in your butts with caution. And always remember life will always be a NEVVERR ENDDDERR -RR!
The way I hear it is 90′s industrial meets experimental folk music which collided on the voyage to this planet know as Earth. From space and beyond this album take you there. Creepy acoustic guitars with a good beat behind it never hurt anyone. -RR!
After being off the internet for 53 days we are back and we are back with a vengeance. Here I bring to you the official RR! best of 2010 mix. What I decided to do was get some of the best tracks from the best albums of 2010. Yes we had plenty of releases and there is a ton of tracks that didn’t make it on this mix just because of time constraints and all that other BS we can keep going with. Please enjoy this mix of great music that clocks in just over one hour, yikes! Within the next few days before the new year we will be putting up several new releases leading up to 2011 which looks really promising for the label and really great releases. -RR!
RR.50 – Various Artists – Summer Bummer Compilation Volume 1
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Cover Photo::Taylor Shechet // http://www.nvr-ndr.com
Here we have the re-release of “In the future, I will barf lazerz” by [tlr]. Released first on Bucketron back in 2007 and now here on Robo! in 2010! If you haven’t heard anything by [tlr] you are totally missing out. -RR!
in the future, i will barf lazerz
A short collection of dance oriented electronic music created by Taylor Shechet during the year 2007. This set of songs were made with the intention of playing as [tlrshcht] at Dan Merino (Sex Mannequin) and Microphone Mike’s dance party at Black Box Studios in San Diego. Sadly the party was canceled due to vandals breaking in to the studio the night before and stealing the PA system. The album was then slated for a small vinyl release on Monkey Bucket’s label Bucketr0n. Unfortunately, due to a hard drive crash, the album was lost. It was later recovered and then released on the internet as a free download.
2.) hieh i’m [tlr]
3.) loudmouthed braggarts
4.) the do0m song
5.) just gotta dance (instrumental version)
6.) crazy in the head (feat. be like and nick kill)
copyright 2007 by taylor shechet
some rights reserved
taylor is a scene kid music (ASCAP)
Album art by MeowLori (http://www.myspace.com/secretsarethethingswegrow)
Bass Guitar on track 5 by Dave Staples
Guest Vocals on track 6 by Brandon Like and Nick Kill
Additional production on all tracks by Dave Staples, Won Trick Pony
All audio clips are property of their original owners. Don’t sue me.
ROBO! Robotica Net Releases Presents: “SPRING CLEANING MUSIC VOLUME ONE”
Catalog Number: RR.30
This is the first installment of what will become a annual compilation and let me say volume one is totally banging. Spring Cleaning Music started as just a thought and quickly became reality. This thing really got moving really fast and the lineup just kept getting better. We kept pushing back the release date to give some extra time to have tracks finished and whatnot. Plus when ever does a deadline actually get met at the right time? I want to thank Taylor and Katie for helping out with the cover and RR logo, they went out of their way to help me out and all for free, much love to you both. I also want to thank each and every person who is taking part on this compilation. Thanks for jumping on board and sending me tracks that just demand to be listened to over and over. This compilation has taken alot of sleep away from me and im sure it will keep me up even after its uploaded. This album has totally exceeded my expectations and it makes the future of ROBO! Robotica look really good. This is the official re-launch of the label even though I have been posting albums as of late. This is the Re-Grand Opening I guess you can say. In the past few months we have had way over a thousand downloads on the site and that is really good seeing as the main promotion was done mostly on twitter. So with this I leave you a hour and 30 minutes worth of ear pleasing tracks that will get your blood flowing once again. And one more BIG thank you to all of you for downloading this album and everything else on out catalog. Please continue visiting our site and fill up your hard drives with all the great music we have for download. And remember it is all for FREE! -RR!
Taylor Shechet – TaylorShechet@gmail.com
Katie Broad – ChaoticChadaver@hotmail.com