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There are a lot of rising stars in the electronic music world, but the industry’s keeping its eye on Porter Robinson.The 18 year old electro house/dubstep producer was creating dance hits before he was old enough to hit the clubs. Now Robinson’s dance hit “Say My Name” has become a dance club staple.The Fox Theatre scored a serious coup when it booked Robinson for tonight’s music party. You don’t want to miss this show.Robinson developed his techno skills in his Chapel Hill, NC home.”I was born and raised in Chapel Hill,” Robinson said. “It’s a university town, but I’m the only one doing what I do here.”I gained an interest in electronic music based on video games that came out of Japan. It really resonated with me, so I decided to make my own. I liked the energy, aggression and dance isity of it.”Robinson was passionate about creating electro beats, so he taught himself all the tools of the trade. The young producer spent five years perfecting his craft and it became a major focus of his life.”This music requires a lot of experience to create,” Robinson said. “It’s a long process, but it’s ultimately rewarding.”My music is aggressive, high energy, powerful and very danceable,” Robinson said. “I work towards really high standards on a song, and I work ’til its perfect, really polished and interesting.”I’m very contrast oriented, so the soft parts are magical and emotional. The climaxes are the exact opposite they’re powerful and aggressive. It creates a contrast that’s more compelling and it really distinguishes my music.”Robinson isn’t surprised that his music’s attracting attention. The producer will graduate high school in two months, but he already has big plans.”It’s a compelling factor that I started so early,” Robinson said. “My philosophy’s to work really hard and have high standards and you’ll do well before long.”I started at 12, but age is irrelevant in some ways. Everyone can do what I do, if they really work at it. I want people to have fun and try this out.”Robinson’s dance beats got massive exposure via i Tunes’ DJ charts. Plus, the producer’s been playing gigs on the weekends with the blessings of his very understanding teachers and family.The young producer flies out to play special gigs and he’s set to land in Boulder.”I’ve heard nothing but good things about the Boulder music scene and I’m excited to play the Fox,” Robinson said. “My set will contain a lot of originals and a lot of mash ups combining multiple well known songs.”Robinson’s also ready to hit the road with Skrillex and Zedd. The producers are abandoning their usual flying to gigs mode and heading out in tour busses.”It’s going to be incredible,” Robinson said. “I’ve never been on a bus tour I’ve only flown. I’m really excited about the prospect.”After that, I can’t wait to do a lot of collaborations, and also try out some new genres, tempos and attitudes.”Font ResizeReturn to TopWe reserve the right to remove any comment that violates our ground rules, is spammy, NSFW, defamatory, rude, reckless to the community, etc.We expect everyone to be respectful of other commenters. It’s fine to have differences of opinion, but there’s no need to act like a jerk.Use your own words (don’t copy and paste from elsewhere), be honest and don’t pretend to be someone (or something) you’re not.Our commenting section is self policing, so if you see a comment that violates our ground rules, flag it (mouse over to the far right of the commenter’s name until you see the flag symbol and click that), then we’ll review it.