A music producer’s new sound song has been featured on leading radio station in the lead up of a new album.

David Robinson, from Sunnyside Road, Epping latest house track "Listen" was played live for the first time on BBC Essex’s Introducing Music in Essex on Saturday, April 6.

The 46-year-old who has been DJing and creating music for over 30 years, said the song was chosen from several recordings submitted to BBC Essex.

Mr Robinson said: “It was brilliant to hear, my kids waited for ages for it to come on.

It was inspired from a range of things, then one late evening I went to my studio and it was completed by 1.30am that same night.”

The music producer said he draws influence from a variety of artists including, Pink Floyd, Jean Michel Jare, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, and The Beatles.

He regularly found at his self-built recording studio, DR Records, at his home where he collaborates with artists across the world

Alongside recording and experimenting with new songs, the musician also runs a metal spinning factory in Harlow.

He recently co-produced a deep house track with London DJ`s Darren Roach for Fakba`s new album “Queen of Africa”.

His latest project is co-writing an album for funk and R&B band, Joseph and creating drum and bass and dance EDM sounds for singer’ songwriter Elaine Borg.

“I have a few more songs I plan to release alongside “Listen” for an album later this year,” he added. “I have one more song that is ready to go out soon and a few more I am still working on. There are so many club and house tracks where it’s just too loud, I’m trying create tracks that are nice with quite a commercial appeal.”

David Robinson’s track “Listen is available to download on Spotify and Amazon now.

To hear other tracks produced by DR Records, visit https://soundcloud.com/daviderobinson