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Robert’s deejaying career began in 1984, hosting radio programs on CiTR FM (Vancouver), including the Big Show, Crack Rhythm and Homebass.
Robert ran independent Canadian record label Map Music in Vancouver from 1996 - 2002. Before setting up his label and booking tours for his European peers (SVEN VATH, HARDFLOOR, etc.) he spent time in the American music biz working for Silent/Pulse Soniq (San Francisco) and as HARTHOUSE Label Manager for Eye Q (Los Angeles). For the latter, he conceived and compiled the seminal West Coast compilation "Pacific Rhythm" and released "Everest" by Vancouver duo OFF AND GONE, the only North American act to be signed to Harthouse. Both albums were released worldwide to critical acclaim in 1996.
His deejaying includes gigs all over North America and overseas in Frankfurt (guest with Sven Väth at the legendary Omen Club) and Ultraschall Munich.