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This has been such a long awaited album and Mr. Alfaro has done it again... incredible.. I can't say anything more.. just incredible!! Thanks FTR!! My ears have been pleasured!!


This album is purely amazing.. thats all i can say im at a lose for words.

The future is NOW!

This is lots of fun - not just some intellectually diverting experiment, but actually full of engaging chord progressions and head-nodding grooves. It fits in well with what some are starting to refer to as "post-hip-hop"; music that uses many of the historic forms of hip-hop (drum machines, analog synths, samples, basslines etc) but re-tools and re-applies it all to a more modern envelope-pushing sound. There are more established producers and musical acts that chop and screw samples, but FTR reaches back further and resurrects the synthscapes of Kraftwerk, Keith LeBlanc, and Raymond Scott, turns the volume up to 11, and chops and screws your brain. My advice: get out the drill, open a hole and let it in. My favorite track is "Select/Start", the perfect soundtrack for a film about a cyborg assassin hunting down a video-game ninja.


Born: 2003

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A project launched in 2003 by producer and DJ Chris Alfaro, Free the Robots is sample-heavy, left-field hip-hop act in the spirit of Flying Lotus and Daedelus. The project made its debut in 2005 with the self-released LP Prototype, and Alpha Pup Records released his sophomore album, Ctrl Alt Del, in 2010. Alfaro then returned to his own name, working with acts like Busdriver and Glitch Mob, and Free the Robots returned with...
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