Electronica DJ Spells same Name Lower Case to Show Honor to Blues Legend

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Electronica music guru DJrobertjohnson has been composing and arranging alternative eclectic style music for the past fifteen years.

Techno has evolved in recent years to a more prolific beats and warm analog sounds that make the heart pound on the dance floor of clubs around the world. With a international following terms like progressive house and slow trance is equally known in bars and lounge settings, internet cafes, and raves everywhere. Some of the more promising and up and coming djs in the field are the likes of DJrobertjohnson.

This electronica music guru has been composing and arranging alternative eclectic style music for the past fifteen years. Until recently, however, coming into his own with a awesome website with a unique style of music. The site graphics are strange and unusual but interesting enough johnson knows to keep his music as well as his website exciting is to change the content from day to day. The reason why this particular electronica DJ sets himself apart is that he composes, produces and arranges his own music. And with enough talent to write new material that is featured every couple of days to always keep his audience alert on the dance floor.

Currently DJrobertjohnson is looking for a publicist, management and record deal, and with a website like this on, he will be a house hold name in the electronica scene in no time. In fact DJRJ is so talented that he is able to write songs in minutes instead of weeks and months, with arrangements that are out of this world good, and with beats that are a pure example of originality. If your looking for a sound that is new and improved, check out DJrobertjohnson where ever music is bought and sold online. Most importantly johnson feels he should show respect to the shoulders he stands on by keeping his name lower case. He feels this honors blues legend and legendary Robert Johnson. Check out the site: DJrobertjohnson.com "Its art on a sound canvas"!


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