East London based artist Robin Ordell music influences comes mostly from Jazz bringing in soulful grooves, dubs & a funk music stem characterized by improvisation, syncopation, and usually forceful rhythm. Deep bassy breaks and warm loops flow through his djing and productions, a unit of electronic rhythm with touches of minimal experimentation is spread elegantly within his sound.
Growing up with funk music stemming back into a childhood in Nice, France, Robin found himself in London in 2007 drawn deeper into the underground house techno scene. It was in east London he began exercising his love for solid, bouncy house, inspired by the french house scene of the 90's, bringing in electronic music influence and as well a more deep minimal german sound, always with his signature jazzy beats encased in a strong house message.
2009 took a sharp turn for Ordell, when he started playing at the infamous clubs such as Fabric & TBar which sparked a noticeable and deserved progression and confidence as an upcoming artist.
In the same time Half Baked was formed, a East London’s legendary underground Sunday party where Robin Ordell alongside Greg Brockmann are residents. Half Baked has reached phenomenal success and Ordell has played alongside Seuil, Craig Richards, Lee Curtiss, Mayaan Nidam and Le Loup amongst others.
On the production front things are rapidly happening for this young artist with upcoming releases on Remake Musique, Safari Numerique and Leftroom. Robin is currently working on solo projects such as EKLO, a EP release in collaborations with some of electronic music’s most talked about upcoming producers, as well continues to play regularly around London and Europe at venues such as Concrete (Paris) & Gipsy club (Moscow).