- Words Notion Staff
Genre-blending DJ, Chloé Robinson, shares 10trax she can’t stop listening to.
Growing up in a music-loving household, London’s Chloé Robinson has been a regular on the DJ scene for 10 years, having secured her first set of turntables at 19. Previously known under the moniker Barely Legal, Robinson made a name for herself playing a multi-genre electronic sound, a deft amalgamation of garage, bass music, grime and dubstep.
Catching the attention of Rinse FM and Radio 1Xtra, Robinson found herself in high demand, playing iconic venues such as Amnesia, Fabric and the Warehouse Project. Trusted as a sterling selector, under her own Pretty Weird brand, she has curated line-ups for club stages and festivals all throughout the UK and Europe.
Now, Chloé Robinson is taking her sound in a fresh direction, veering more towards house and techno, as well as successfully jumping into the world of production, which has gained support from the likes off Four Tet, Caribou, Ben UFO, Bonobo and Skream. The DJ played her first gig under her updated name at London’s All Points East Festival during August Bank Holiday Weekend, as well as supporting Four Tet, Jamie XX and Skrillex at the Moth Club in September.
Dive in as Chloé Robinson picks 10trax for Notion which she has on repeat.
"Grasshopper" by Vladimir Dubyshkin
" This track makes me immediately wanna be in a dark dingy club having it lol".
"Daughter" by Four Tet
"This track makes me feel all the emotions, beautiful track".
"Vortex" by DJADHD
"My favourite track from his Vortex EP which came out a few months ago on Pretty Weird".
"Check" by Sir Spyro
"Banger by the producer who can do no wrong tbh".
"Want To You" by Nikki Nair
"Love this track and love Nikki Nair".
"Planet E (Skee Mask Remix)" by Wlandimir M
"Really like this track, it’s not the easiest to mix but that makes me like it more".
"So U Kno" by Overmono
"Probs one of the biggest tracks of the year".
"Hobson's Choice (Tune For Da Man Dem)" by Active Minds
"Such a good Garage tune".
"Classic Deluxe" by Horsepower Productions
"A staple in most of my sets tbh".
"The Way" by Henry Greenleaf
"I don’t usually play below 125bpm but this is an exception, sounds sick sped up too".