The Deadbots consist of Paul Kelly & Nina Knezevic. They are dropping some stellar hard tunes straight out of Dublin, Ireland and have been making waves throughout Europe with
performances all over including
Norway's famous Insomnia Festival.
DEADBOTS (formerly deadbeat) have cultivated an curious interest amongst underground dance music lovers. With a finger in a variety of genres its tricky to pigeonhole their sound, pulling influence from 80's synth pop,rock, disco,hip hop and techno. But, if they were asked to, they would say either "gritty, epic, dark, and sweet house music with live vocals" or " just come check us out!" With a remix for Hystereo out on Soma Records, a remix for Netherland's Quick And Brite on Black Label Records, and a Radio Edit and Extended Radio Edit for The Japanese Popstars out on Paul Jackson's Dozer Records along with plays from djs worldwide, DEADBOTS are going from strength to strength.
DEADBOTS are Dublin born Paul Kelly, and Vancouver born Nina Knezevic. They formed in November 05 as DEADBEAT , but by Jan 06 they were performing live as DEADBOTS
Paul started djing 10 years ago with various residencies around Ireland and gigs around Europe. This naturally progressed to production and he has been producing music for 3 years. Paul has been playing guitar and piano since the age of 10 and his musical intrests spans many a generes.
Nina has had a love of music since she was a child. From a very early age Nina has been intrested and involved in music and performance, having learned to play the violin at the age of 5. Later on she then began to sing with various rock musicians and groups, performing at various venues around Vancouver and Toronto. Nina is also now a presenter on an Irish underground music radio show in Dublin called Club Cheol on Near 90 FM
IN 2005 they met in Vancouver and shortly after that Nina moved to Dublin. Having their relationship, helped them see their potential as a pair and it was not long before all of their musical influences and styles were being merged and they started making tunes together.