With 20 years record collecting and DJing, Stu Robinson is by no means some new fly by night whizz with little or no substance behind him. Instead he is someone who has amassed a fine understanding of a wide array of scenes, styles and sounds from d&b to electro funk, disco to house and techno. As a result, the music the man releases under long-term alias ASOK is an amalgamation of all that and more. It has found favour with esteemed labels like Mistress, Creme Organisation, Use of Weapons, M>O>S, Mule Musiq and varies from being deep, emotive house music to more jacking, misty eyed and ruefully nostalgic techno with melody, texture and soul.
Now a part of Dutch family M>O>S, Robinson also has a history of promoting parties around the UK, as well as running his own bijou late, Scenery Records. To date the considered label has established itself with tough analogue sounds from artist like John Heckle, Deep Space Orchestra and Bantam Lions and reflects the sort of sounds you could hear in an ASOK set: as a DJ this assured head is capable of mixing up old and new, familiar with unfamiliar selections and has done so all across Europe, the Middle East and the UK. With plenty more on the horizon and years of heritage to build on, ASOK deals in timeless sounds that really make you feel something.