Justin Robertson, here in his Deadstock 33s guise, delivers his latest album, 'Everything Is Turbulence'. This is his second album under this alias and comprises 12 tracks, acting as a sonic companion to his DJ sets. The album is laced with various artistic contributors, including Lisa Elle from Dark Horses providing vocals and guitar on 'Metal Taste', Justin's wife Sofia Robertson lends her haunting vocals on 'For One Touch' and 'I Am Automatic', a collaboration between Justin and Daniel Avery, possibly one of the biggest stars to emerge from the electronic scene in recent times, with whom he has a long standing production partnership
Justin Robertson: “This is a collection of lysergic soul and atomic machine boogie, stripped down and urgent in places, delicate and dark in others, tight but loose, combining the visceral needs of the dance floor with the rich heritage of years of psychedelic audio research.''
Justin's sonics rose from a hazy Northern sub-culture where the Hacienda was rife and Balearic was at its peak. His path has been one of evolution and even now he regularly plays at the likes of
Fabric, Bugged Out, The Mixmag Lab & Manchester's Warehouse Project. Yet, he is equally at home playing dub in the sun-kissed outdoors on the Adriatic coast at Electric Elephant.
His music career has seen him helm a band in the form of Lionrock, remix a range of artists including Bjork, The Chemical Bros, Stone Roses and New Order, and be remixed by the likes of Ulrich Schnauss, Barnt and Andrew Weatherall. Outside of the musical sphere, Justin is a writer and an acclaimed painter, as demonstrated in his exhibition also titled 'Everything Is Turbulence' which is being shown around Europe this year.