Adam Beyer Drops AI-Inspired My Robotic Arms EP

Adam Beyer has dropped his third original release of the year—Robotic Arms, an EP discussing AI’s entrance into the creative realm.

The three tracks—’Robotic Arms,’ ‘No Hate’ and ‘No Hate’ (Trippy Mix)—have been huge highlights in Beyer’s recent sets on the summer festival circuit, including including at Coachella, Awakenings, Tomorrowland and across multiple dates of his Hï Ibiza residency.

“I’m fascinated by this and curious to see how it develops, as it’s both a threat for artists, while also being an opportunity to utilize this technology when making art,” Beyer said of AI and his inspiration behind the EP.

The title track’s vocals speak to the fascinating and unknown ramifications of AI entering the creative field while paired with a composition that was six months in the making. ‘No Hate’ is a stark contrast to other techno songs, with its raw, dirty sound and driving percussion. The strident vocal line adds an extra layer of intensity, making for a truly immersive listening experience. The release is rounded out by a stomping trippy Mix of ‘No Hate.’

Beyer is a Swedish techno producer and DJ who is considered one of the most influential figures in the genre. He is the founder of Drumcode Records, one of the most successful techno labels in the world. Beyer has released over 100 singles and EPs, and has collaborated with some of the biggest names in techno, including Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin and Ida Engberg (who also happens to be his wife).

Beyer was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1976. He began DJing in the early 1990s and became one of the most in-demand techno DJs in Sweden. In 1997, he founded Drumcode Records, which quickly became one of the leading techno labels in the world.

Beyer has released a number of critically acclaimed albums on Drumcode, including “Fabric 22” (2005), “Elements” (2008), and “Ibiza” (2013). He’s a regular performer at major techno festivals around the world, including Tomorrowland, Time Warp, and Berghain. His live sets are known for their energy and intensity.

In addition to his work as a DJ and producer, Beyer also hosts a weekly radio show called Drumcode Live. The show is broadcast on over 100 radio stations around the world, and has a weekly audience of 11 million.

Adam Beyer is one of the most influential figures in techno, and his music has helped to shape the sound of the genre for over two decades. He is a true pioneer of techno, and his work continues to inspire and excite fans around the world.