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Porter Robinson Gives Ultra Korea Fans a Tribute to Martin Garrix After His Injury
EDM News Event. EDM News. Porter Robinson has been blowing fans away with his new Virtual Self moniker. The alias brings with it a powerful new sound which has breathed new life into a world of dance music which began to suffer from repetition. Back in December the Virtual Self live show was debuted in Brooklyn and immediately people fell in love with brilliant new take on electronic music. Since then an EP, music video and entire new world has been introduced to us, further the captivating lore that is Virtual Self.
Just yesterday, it was announced that Martin Garrix would have to pull out of all upcoming shows in the next four weeks. He will need to have surgery due to a severe ankle injury that occurred at the end of last month. Included in the cancellations was a performance at Ultra Korea that takes place this weekend, June 7th-9th. With a top bill performer out so close to the festival date, organizers must have been scrambling. He was already scheduled on the lineup under his side-project Virtual Self. Now, he will be performing back to back with himself doing two different sets on the main stage. Virtual Self is an alias Robinson launched in and his "clubsystem" sets are characterized by more minimal production values.
Entirely self-taught, Robinson began producing at the age of While posting his early music on online forums he met future collaborator Madeon , who was using the aliases "Daemon" and "Wayne Mont". Starting to release music under his own name in , Robinson released a variety of original singles on Glamara Records and Big Fish Recordings. One of his most notable releases was "Say My Name", which reached number one on Beatport , launching Robinson into the mainstream dance music world. Robinson's early influences include video gaming music, in particular, Dance Dance Revolution. He is a major fan of anime and Japanese culture , and incorporates these elements into his music.