robsoul recordings is based out of Paris and was founded by phil weeks back in 2000. One of the old school darlings, French dj/producer and Robsoul label boss Phil Weeks managed with his cuts and label releases to become one of the most respected guy by the original Chicago House posse.DJ/producer Phil Weeks is a house music purist. His mixing is old school Chicago with a nu-school French flare going from the deepest house to the techiest. His production sounds like it could have been released in the 90’s partly because he uses the same gear: 808’s, 909’s, 606’s, even vintage keys. He prefers vinyl, likes his mixes dirty, and knows how to rock a crowd with a heavy hitting bass line. Phil Weeks is a house purist dedicated to bringing the world only proper house music with his Djing, his producing and his label, Robsoul Recordings.
Since its launch 2000, Robsoul Recordings has become one of the world’s most respected Underground house music labels. A house purist himself, owner Phil Weeks is developing his dj / producer carrier while putting out music by some of the world’s most proeminent house producers like Derrick Carter, dj sneak, David Duriez, Fries & Bridges or Chris Carrier. If you are a house purist you have found your home.
Originally the label was meant as an avenue for Phil to release his own tracks the way he wanted to and the success was more than he anticipated. Phil Weeks’ early releases “Yeah I Like It” and “It Put Me Well” became classics in less than 2 months. Now Phil Weeks is one of the world’s most sought after producers saving his best work for his label and often releasing other tracks under monikers like PW.
It wasn’t long before this success lead to the decision to sign other artists to the label. Consequently Robsoul is now one of the world’s most renowned and respected house music labels featuring some of the world’s best like Derrick Carter, DJ Sneak, David Duriez, No Assembly Firm, Fries & Bridges and Chris Carrier. Releases are selling out in a time when many labels aren’t able to keep afloat. But Phil Weeks’ isn’t one to brag about this. To him it’s all about keeping proper house music alive. Which just goes to show Phil Weeks is a house purist.