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Electronic pop noise

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"I rarely write about electronic music. Because it's rare, you know that when I do it's something truly special."

"a slick but lo-fi electro-disco spoken-word masterpiece."

"it sounds like a revolution, and one for the better"

“Tobisonics skillfully employs a colorful kaleidoscope of sultry keyboards, mesmerizing beats and a mix of glittery and spacey looped synths to create a lush and captivating soundscape"

"Highly experimental and intelligent as it is unique."

"Every time you hear it, you hear something new almost. I couldn’t get enough of it..."

about Me

Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Tobi. I'm based in Luxembourg and I make Indie-Dance/Electronic Pop under the alias Tobisonics. My latest single, "All The Little Things" was described by music blogger, Listen to Monger, as "a slick but lo-fi electro-disco spoken-word masterpiece". It earned a spot in Artefaktor Radio's Top 50 of 2021 So Far [#41], upon hearing the preview, Jaguar [BBC Intro Dance & Mix Mag] said, "This is everything. I want more."

"All The Little Things" is my second release of 2021, and follows up on "Eye of the Storm" with London Rapper Costi [ft. Fresh on the Net Fresh Faves (Batch 390)]. My music has been played by DJ Tobi Lynn of Amazing Radio US, featured on KGUP ’s daily rotation, as well as attracting the attention of Abbie McCarthy [BBC Radio 1] “Enjoyed listening to this, ace production”.


My work is seldom auto-biographical.  10+ years of talking therapy has left me empty of songs to sing. Every time you tell a story, you lose a novel.  In a sense, every time you have a therapy session, you lose a song.  I’ve found this creatively liberating.  Being free of the baggage of self-expression has allowed me to create music that is contemporary in its subject matter

I'm currently working on the production for a four-track EP of electro-disco tracks.  Disco is the electronic genre of hard times. Right now, people need their Saturday Night Fever.