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Tobisonics & Wee Scots Poet All The Litt

Tobisonics

Electronic pop noise

thAnk you to these radio stations & shows for their continued support in sharing my music

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Press

"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

Luxembourg-based self-described Electronic Pop Noise Maker Tobisonics released his debut solo production alt electro-pop bop “All These Things” in March 2020, attracting the attention of tastemaker Tobi Lynn [Amazing Radio US], and earning a spot on KGUP’s daily rotation.  The politically-charged follow up, electro-synthwave banger “Military Industrial Complex” [October 2020], polarized listeners, earning features on Artefaktor’s Sneak Peek and Radio WigWam’s BandWagon.

"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 fiercely contemporary in its subject matter; moreover, it’s how I make sense of my ongoing recovery.  I read that the difference between people prone to depression and those not, is inherent self-worth; those who are not prone to depression have it, those who are prone to depression, don’t.  It is in service to things greater than myself that I find a sense of purpose and a reason to keep going; to keep working the recovery; to keep fighting the condition that is actively trying to kill me every day."

2021 began with Retrowave/alternative Hip Hop collaboration with London-based Rapper/Poet Costi [BBC Introducing Mixtape], “Eye of the Storm” [January 2021]; earned a spot on Fresh on the Net Fresh Faves [Batch 390], spent a record 12 weeks in The Warp Factor's new music Top 10, & Topped radio's TFsc daily chart.  Tobi followed up with the second collaboration of the year, with Scottish Poet/Spoken Word Artist Chris Ingram aka Wee Scots Poet [BBC Wales & BBC Radio 6] to record “All The Little Things” [May 7th]; a nudisco/electro dance spoken word groove for dancing around your home.  It landed a spot on Artefacktor's weekly top 20 [#12], Maccaontheradio named it his record of the week [Radio Plus Coventry, UK] and we made the weekly Top Tens of Golden Believers Radio Show [#10], The Warp Factor [#3] and the daily Top Ten with Banks Radio/Sweet Sunday Sounds/Valley FM [#4].  And earned tobi a Feature as 3-Track Artist of the week on The Electro Show [w/ Russ Evans, Ridge Radio, UK] & an Artist Feature on Splash Damage Radio [UK].

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