Thirty beats a month by M. Robin


Maxime Robin slices up sounds from 1-dollar-bin LPs, old VHS movies, furniture squeaks—virtually any sound source. He glues them together to form electronic music heavily influenced by hip-hop culture. Something close to the groove of J-Dilla and the experimentations of Prefuse 73. Twice nominated at the ADISQ awards for his solo work, he is also half of the dubstep duo Pax Kingz and half of the irreverent french rap duo MC Phylis et Maxime Robin. Maxime has served as hiphop music director, Program Director, Chairman of the Board, facilitator, show host and volunteer at CHYZ, Laval University. And utilizing his extensive music experience, writes at 30bpm.com, Ghetto Érudit’s and DJ Lexis‘s Music is My Sanctuary music discovery website.

For more information or to request an interview with
Maxime Robin, please contact
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