Robotaki Comes to Terms with the Past on ‘All I Can Do’

Crafting a sensible track with a warm guitar lead and his vocal prowess, Robotaki explores vulnerability in his latest release “All I Can Do”.

Crafting a sensible track with a warm guitar lead and his vocal prowess, Robotaki explores vulnerability in his latest release “All I Can Do”. Departing from his disco oriented sound, the Toronto-based act takes a sensible approach building layers of dense instrumentals driven by psychedelic textures. As the track gently rolls into a deepening atmosphere, the pulsing bassline reaches sonic heights and crescendos into an explosion of colorful tones.



The artist focuses his lyrics on addressing a past relationship, coming to terms with this loss and finding the ability to move on. As the artist shares, “Sometimes you get so attached to the way you were with someone that when it’s suddenly over, you start asking questions that ultimately don’t have answers, or at least the ones that you’re looking for. Sometimes, all you can do is move on”. With his capacity to channel an emotive attitude into the track, Robotaki exposes his listeners to a much more fragile side of his musical persona.

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Making his Foreign Family Collective debut with “All I Can Do”, Robotaki announces his forthcoming EP release, Anachronism EP. His recent involvement with the Odesza founded label proves an exciting direction for Robotaki, as each single release proves to be preserving him as a creative fixture in the electronic music scene. Having recently wrapped up on tours with both Porter Robinson and Madeon, 2019 looks promising for Robotaki on his quest to bring a rare musical experience. The artist will soon be embarking on an extensive US Tour, check out the dates below.

Robotaki Tour Dates

March 6 – The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA*

March 7 – The Observatory – San Diego, CA*

March 8 – The Novo – Los Angeles, CA*

March 9 – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA*

March 10th – Age of Spades – Sacramento, CA*

March 13 – Arcata Theatre – Arcata, CA*

March 14 – McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR*

March 15 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR*

March 16 – Ballroom – Vancouver, BC*

March 20 – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN*

March 21 – Turner Hall Ballroom – Milwaukee, WI*

March 22 – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL*

March 23 – Majestic Theatre – Detroit, MI*

March 27 – Royale – Boston, MA*

March 28 – Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA*

March 29 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC*

March 30 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY *

April 13 – Joy Theatre – New Orleans, LA ^

April 16 – Iron City – Birmingham, AL^

April 17 – The Mill & Mine – Knoxville, TN^

April 19 – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK^

April 23 – The Blue Note – Columbia, MO^

April 24 – Wooly’s – Des Moines, IA^

April 25 – Blue Moose Tap House – Iowa City, IA^

April 26 – Bogart’s – Cincinnati, OH^

June 21 – Camp Nowhere – NRG Arena – Houston, TX &

June 22 – Camp Nowhere – Dos Equis Pavilion – Dallas, TX &

June 23 – Camp Nowhere – Austin360 Amphitheater – Austin, TX &

* = w/ Big Wild and Mild Minds

^ = w/ San Holo

& = w/ ODESZA

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