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Redux Inc Records

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

We like to interview people with a certain amount of history in the game, who have a proper story to tell. They are not always superstars but their journey is no less important. Life is a story to be told and Robbie “Casa” Blanco certainly been round the block and then some.
He has been DJing since 1986, starting off in a small pub in North London, Muswell Hill, called The Steam Rock Café. He learnt the old school way when doing mixes for parties on dual cassette decks, where you could alter the speed of the capstan motor on each deck, which was the only way to do beat matching of sorts. Fortunately, he soon upgraded to a couple of domestic belt driven turntables, one from his mum’s JVC Stereo and the other borrowed from a mate at school.
His first residency was in 1993 to 1994 at the Dorchester Hotel London which had a stunning collection of in-House vinyl and included the very first CD players with a loop function and a drop-in cue function. His highlight gig was doing a private wedding anniversary party for the Sultan of Brunei in Mayfair, where the Dom Perignon sat in cases under the tables!
Robbie eventually emigrated to Melbourne Australia in December 1994, where he moved between clubs and the ever so successful KISS FM Melbourne. Stylistically, he has always leaned towards Disco and Soulful House, being a collector of anything Disco, Boogie, rare groove, acid jazz, Soulful House and Latin.
His remixing started way back in 1997 for his own DJ sets, starting off with basic little re-edits and overdubs and finally by 2017 he launched his own record label Redux Inc. Releasing, on vinyl only, his multi track remix of Shake your body down to the ground by The Jacksons was quickly followed by remixes for Lenny Fontana and Shirley Lites of Fire, Night’s Over by Raquel Rodriguez, Love Train by The O’Jays. You are you are by Linda Clifford with a few others to boot.
In 2019 he has been releasing through Simon Kennedy’s Label, Dubplate Disco Recordings and Midnight Riot Records, owned by Andy Williams and Phil Rose and of course his own label Redux inc. In 2020 he made great inroads with 3 vinyl released and 20 plus reworks, many from the original multitrack studio masters.
Now it's 2021 and the releases just keep on coming with reworks of Kym Mazelle and so much more to come. Hold Tight!

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We like to interview people with a certain amount of history in the game, who have a proper story to tell. They are not always superstars but their journey is no less important. Life is a story to be told and Robbie “Casa” Blanco certainly been round the block and then some.
He has been DJing since 1986, starting off in a small pub in North London, Muswell Hill, called The Steam Rock Café. He learnt the old school way when doing mixes for parties on dual cassette decks, where you could alter the speed of the capstan motor on each deck, which was the only way to do beat matching of sorts. Fortunately, he soon upgraded to a couple of domestic belt driven turntables, one from his mum’s JVC Stereo and the other borrowed from a mate at school.
His first residency was in 1993 to 1994 at the Dorchester Hotel London which had a stunning collection of in-House vinyl and included the very first CD players with a loop function and a drop-in cue function. His highlight gig was doing a private wedding anniversary party for the Sultan of Brunei in Mayfair, where the Dom Perignon sat in cases under the tables!
Robbie eventually emigrated to Melbourne Australia in December 1994, where he moved between clubs and the ever so successful KISS FM Melbourne. Stylistically, he has always leaned towards Disco and Soulful House, being a collector of anything Disco, Boogie, rare groove, acid jazz, Soulful House and Latin.
His remixing started way back in 1997 for his own DJ sets, starting off with basic little re-edits and overdubs and finally by 2017 he launched his own record label Redux Inc. Releasing, on vinyl only, his multi track remix of Shake your body down to the ground by The Jacksons was quickly followed by remixes for Lenny Fontana and Shirley Lites of Fire, Night’s Over by Raquel Rodriguez, Love Train by The O’Jays. You are you are by Linda Clifford with a few others to boot.
In 2019 he has been releasing through Simon Kennedy’s Label, Dubplate Disco Recordings and Midnight Riot Records, owned by Andy Williams and Phil Rose and of course his own label Redux inc. In 2020 he made great inroads with 3 vinyl released and 20 plus reworks, many from the original multitrack studio masters.
Now it's 2021 and the releases just keep on coming with reworks of Kym Mazelle and so much more to come. Hold Tight!

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