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Hailing from Osnabrück, Germany, Robin Schulz (born April 28th, 1987) is a deep house producer, who together with Daniel Bruns and Christopher Noble, founded the record label, Lausbuben Records, focusing on deep house and tech house productions.
Robin Schulz started making music in 2007, at the age of 20. At an early age, Schulz developed a love for electronic music beginning to mix and create sets in his adolescence. He was initially inspired by the likes of Richie Hawtin, Sven Väth, MANDY and Booka Shade, incorporating tracks by these artists into his mixes. Between 2007-2009, Schulz became involved with the local party series, known as “Electro Snippets,” helping to develop his own ideas. His initial creations were minimalist affairs, although as his experience developed, he moved towards a deep house/tech house sound. Other influences include Todd Terry, Armand Van Helden, Roger Sanchez and Tiesto.
In creating his music, Schulz often uses FL Studio and his Edirol PCR-300 MIDI keyboard, produced using Ableton Live 8. In 2013, he remixed the track, “Waves,” by Dutch hip hop artist Mr Pobs, which went on to be a huge hit. It reached the top spot of the German, Austrian, Norway, Swedish, Swiss and UK charts, as well as reaching the top ten in seven other countries. It was certified Gold and Platinum in several countries.
He returned in 2014 with another successful remix, of Lilly Wood & The Prick’s track, “Prayer in C,” from their 2010 album, “Invincible Friends.” “Prayer in C” topped the charts in several European countries and was a massive dance-floor hit, reaching number one in Germany, Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, as well as several others. His debut album, “Prayer,” was released in September 2014, reaching the top ten in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and in the US Dance Chart.