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    Lindsay Robins

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    Lindsay Robins first made an impact on young music fans across the nation with the single/video, "What Would You Do," when she was selected to perform the theme song for MuchMusic's highly successful VJ Search reality series. Shortly after, this canadian singer-songwriter released a whole set of raw rock songs entitled Dirty Chemistry, on Aquarius Records.
    The video for the first single, "Freaks," was directed by Sean Michael Turrell (Sum 41, Billy Talent, Hedley). With her outrageous performance and anthemic lyrics , this song is Lindsay's testament to individuality.

    Lindsay Robins was born December 18, 1986 and spent her childhood surrounded by music. Her mother was a wedding singer and by the age of 6, Lindsay was filling in and trying to get as much stage time as possible. By the age of 15, Lindsay Robins was playing guitar and piano as well as writing songs.

    "I'm always trying to figure out who I am and I share that on this album," says Robins in regards to Dirty Chemistry. "Some tracks are darker and angrier, and my music is a way to express that side of my personality. I also love to shock people and make them laugh." Determined to spend her life making music, at 13, Lindsay began recording pop demos. Soon, she discovered her own aggressive vocal style and started writing more personal angst-driven songs.

    Empowered by this transformation, she cut a demo, which eventually led her to songwriters Christopher Ward (Alannah Myles, Hilary Duff, Amanda Marshall) and Fred St-Gelais (Randy Bachman, Marie Mai, Ryan Malcolm, and Andrée Watters). From these collaborations came her full-length debut, Dirty Chemistry, produced by St-Gelais and Ward.

    Inspired by such tell-it-like-it-is females as Pat Benatar, Chrissie Hynde, Patti Smith and Alanis Morissette, Lindsay's music now has the edge she was looking for in her early years.

    "Dirty Chemistry was fun for me. It was also an incredible learning experience as a singer and a writer," says Robins. "I really feel like I was given the chance to say exactly what I wanted and put myself into every track on this record."

    With the release of her first official single "Freaks," her tongue-in-cheek anthem for individuality, Lindsay has certainly found her voice. Dirty Chemistry is a raw and real expression of her defiance and, ultimately a statement of personal evolution. Robins' latest single "I Can't Forget Your Face" has just recently hit airwaves and we can look forward to her new video, which will be directed by Eric Canuel, who also directed "Bon Cop Bad Cop", one of the highest grossing Canadian films to date.

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