2019 release. After a ten year hiatus, original Boytronic vocalist and songwriter Holger Wobker (Kamerata/Beachead), return with former Boytronic frontman James Knights to release the new Boytronic album The Robot Treatment. Never before in the history of pop music has a predecessor collaborated with their replacement to make a new album. It's very much a thing of legend. And perhaps it's hard for some to understand why two singers occupying the same position would make a new album together. The answer is simply Boytronic! Despite critically acclaimed performances surrounding the release of the Jewel album in 2017, differences of opinion over the musical direction of the band saw James leave the line-up in January 2018. Holger and James decided to meet in Berlin. They soon realised they had far more in common musically than they'd realised. A love for Hi NRG, Italo Disco, Divine, The Flirts, even Fleetwood Mac to name a few. Both were eager to bring back the original sound of Boytronic and knew 2019 was the right time. They set to work on what would become The Robot Treatment. Sending files back and forth between Germany and the UK the record soon took shape, and in November 2018 Holger visited James to mix the album with Martin Dubka, against the backdrop of the iconic River Thames in Maidenhead, UK.
2019 release. After a ten year hiatus, original Boytronic vocalist and songwriter Holger Wobker (Kamerata/Beachead), return with former Boytronic frontman James Knights to release the new Boytronic album The Robot Treatment. Never before in the history of pop music has a predecessor collaborated with their replacement to make a new album. It's very much a thing of legend. And perhaps it's hard for some to understand why two singers occupying the same position would make a new album together. The answer is simply Boytronic! Despite critically acclaimed performances surrounding the release of the Jewel album in 2017, differences of opinion over the musical direction of the band saw James leave the line-up in January 2018. Holger and James decided to meet in Berlin. They soon realised they had far more in common musically than they'd realised. A love for Hi NRG, Italo Disco, Divine, The Flirts, even Fleetwood Mac to name a few. Both were eager to bring back the original sound of Boytronic and knew 2019 was the right time. They set to work on what would become The Robot Treatment. Sending files back and forth between Germany and the UK the record soon took shape, and in November 2018 Holger visited James to mix the album with Martin Dubka, against the backdrop of the iconic River Thames in Maidenhead, UK.
731628760082
Robot Treatment (Uk)

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 09/13/2019
UPC: 731628760082

Robot Treatment (Uk)
Artist: Boytronic
Format: CD
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2019 release. After a ten year hiatus, original Boytronic vocalist and songwriter Holger Wobker (Kamerata/Beachead), return with former Boytronic frontman James Knights to release the new Boytronic album The Robot Treatment. Never before in the history of pop music has a predecessor collaborated with their replacement to make a new album. It's very much a thing of legend. And perhaps it's hard for some to understand why two singers occupying the same position would make a new album together. The answer is simply Boytronic! Despite critically acclaimed performances surrounding the release of the Jewel album in 2017, differences of opinion over the musical direction of the band saw James leave the line-up in January 2018. Holger and James decided to meet in Berlin. They soon realised they had far more in common musically than they'd realised. A love for Hi NRG, Italo Disco, Divine, The Flirts, even Fleetwood Mac to name a few. Both were eager to bring back the original sound of Boytronic and knew 2019 was the right time. They set to work on what would become The Robot Treatment. Sending files back and forth between Germany and the UK the record soon took shape, and in November 2018 Holger visited James to mix the album with Martin Dubka, against the backdrop of the iconic River Thames in Maidenhead, UK.