Mostly Robot Supergroup Performs with NI Gear
Native Instruments has constantly delivered excellent DJ and Production hardware and software that performers all over the world has accepted with open arms. A few of those performers have now come together to form a new supergroup called Mostly Robot that uses a range of Native Instruments products in order to achieve musical harmony. Mostly Robot consists of DJ Shiftee, Jamie Lidell, Mr Jimmy, Jeremy Ellis, & Tim Exile. Check out the video above and the full Native Instruments press release below to get a glimpse of what Mostly Robot is all about.
Native Instruments presents behind-the-scenes video of electronic supergroup MOSTLY ROBOT
Berlin, July 19th, 2012 - Native Instruments today presented a brand-new video of Mostly Robot, the all-star band made up of five exceptional artists: Jamie Lidell, Tim Exile, Jeremy Ellis, Mr Jimmy and DJ Shiftee. Conceived by Native Instruments and utilizing an advanced array of NI hardware and software, Mostly Robot played their debut performance at this year’s Sónar Festival in Barcelona to great acclaim. This new video covers both the actual performance and preparation of the show, blending interviews with exclusive backstage and performance material, and giving viewers the opportunity to witness the birth of this modern supergroup firsthand.
The video is available on YouTube at:
Further festival appearances of MOSTLY ROBOT
Coinciding with the launch of this video, Native Instruments is also happy to announce new concert dates for Mostly Robot in Europe at the end of the summer, where the band will share stages with the crème-de-la-crème of electronic music. As with their debut show, the live performance will be accompanied by an inventive visual performance by renowned visual collective Pfadfinderei.
September 8th, 2012: Berlin Festival at Night with other acts such as Modeselektor, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinousaurs, Simian Mobile Disco
September 13th, 2012: Electronic Beats Festival Budapest with other acts such as Junior Boys, Nicolas Jaar, Modeselektor
Additional information on Mostly Robot is available at: