Two years ago, with “Rocket Ride”, his third artist album, electronic music cosmonaut Bobina shot his sound space-bound. This year he returned with his new longplayer “Same Difference”, featuring the hit singles “Quattro 372”, “For Who I Am”, “No Substitute For You”, “Basque The Dog”, “Slow MMXIII” and “Diamond Hell”. The Russian Grand Master now presents the album cuts “Miami Echoes” and “Lovin’ Lies”.
Carving his reputation in rock after Tiësto personally asked him feature as support act on his “In Concert” tour, Bobina began his career in 2003. Still the first Russian DJ to appear in the DJ Mag Top 100 chart ever, Bobina has subsequently remixed artists such as The Thrillseekers Supermode (Axwell & Steve Angello), Armin van Buuren and Paul Oakenfold. He also added the assignment of the 17th volume of the famous In Trance We Trust mix compilation series to his discography. After the success of “Quattro 372”, Bobina released “The Space Track” and “You Belong To Me”, a production made with Betsie Larkin. “No Substitute For You” was their second collaboration. Bobina’s last vocal project “Slow MMXIII” featured Mariske Hekkenberg and was recently followed up with “Basque The Dog”.
With “Miami Echoes“, Bobina builds up a stellar floor filler incorporating house, progressive house and occasional electro elements, unleashing a massive theme that lifts every spirit in the clubs. Markus Schulz played “Miami Echoes” in his Global DJ Broadcast radio show, while Armin van Buuren spotlighted “Lovin’ Lies” in episode 616 of ASOT, calling it a great uplifting track. And it is: the soothing and forgiving beauty of the synth programming turns this double titled single package with extended mixes into a true Bobina gem.