Born and raised in Merseyside, Armack (aka Rob McBride) has been DJing in bars and clubs throughout the UK for the last 10 years. Originally a classically trained pianist, Armack quickly realised his real love lied with electronic music when he was introduced to the northwest superclubs of Cream and Sankeys in the late 90s.
Armack is a talented DJ and producer who is renowned for adapting the style and tempo of his music to the specific audience he plays to. Taking many of his musical inspirations from the likes of Sven Vath, Umek and Tiga, Armack can be found playing anything from deep/chilled house to dirty tech house and electro riffs.
The past 12 months has seen Armack continuing to headline and support at some of the biggest clubs in London, including Ministry of Sound, Cable, the Whitehouse and Brixton Jamm.
Armack is also co-owner of up-and-coming house label CutTheMustard Recordings (www.CTMrecordings.com). Operating under the ethos of “London’s Independently Global” house music label, CTM is signing a diverse range of artists throughout the world, who share a common love of underground house music and a common talent of producing tracks that truly cut it.
CTM Recordings is also a frequent host of exclusive label parties, where you can expect some of the finest deep, soulful and uplifting tech house to guide you through the day and night, including EXCLUSIVE previews of upcoming CTM releases.
Summer 2012 also saw Armack embark on a global tour, dropping beats at some of the biggest beach parties throughout Europe, Asia and Australasia. Now back in blighty, Armack has turned his attention to the studio again and 2013 will see the release of some much anticipated productions, collaborations and remixes.