Robotic Pirate Monkey – “Trigger Happy” (FREE DL!!) [Glitch-Hop//Bass]
Electro House / Glitch-Hop/Electro Soul

Robotic Pirate Monkey – “Trigger Happy” (FREE DL!!) [Glitch-Hop//Bass]

Robotic Pirate Monkey has been keeping it fresh for just about as long as I can remember having an interest in electronic music. They were one of the artists that helped me make the transition from heavy bass, to funky bass. Several years later, the Colorado duo is still chugging along. They’ve covered everything from chill … Continue reading

1310 Promotions Presents: Archnemesis & Robotic Pirate Monkey @ Red Sky [Friday, March 29th // 9PM // $15+]
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1310 Promotions Presents: Archnemesis & Robotic Pirate Monkey @ Red Sky [Friday, March 29th // 9PM // $15+]

Event Info – Event Page // Buy Tickets ($15 Presale!!) // Red Sky If you live in or around Philadelphia and are a present member of it’s electronic music scene, then you know the scene is ever-present, strong and decently diverse. One genre that has been receiving a serious lack of representation, however, is glitch-hop. And … Continue reading

Robotic Pirate Monkey – Booty Snatch EP (FREE DL!!) [Glitch-Hop//Bass]
Electronic / Glitch-Hop/Electro Soul / Hip-Hop/Rap / Jazz/Funk

Robotic Pirate Monkey – Booty Snatch EP (FREE DL!!) [Glitch-Hop//Bass]

The three-piece electronic act hailing from Boulder, Colorado, Robotic Pirate Monkey, has been spinning absolute fire for years now. It seems their music progresses, both in complexity and production, with each release they have. As a result, they have a nice eclectic assortment of tracks and release, all with a common theme: some serious funk. Finally … Continue reading

Moombahton / Trap

Robotic Pirate Monkey – Colors In Disguise: Remixed [Full FREE Remix Album]

So if you aren’t familiar with Robotic Pirate Monkey, then let me give you a little background. The group is composed of three members from Boulder, CO and their music spans the lengths of dubstep, glitch-hop and just general bass. Their debut album, Disturbing Pleasant Streets, was absolutely incredible, since following it with Jungle Tales Vol. 1, the Sidetracked … Continue reading