Since 2000, Rob Noble has been a dedicated force in the Pacific Northwest’s underground music scene. Getting his start with the original Kaos Theory crew and DJ’ing at large events at the peak of the underground raves scene. During that time, Rob released two very well received mix CD’s which lead him to bookings all throughout North America and even as far out as Bali. He’s performed at legendary events and festivals such as Shambhala, Decibel Festival, Burning Man, and Freaknight, alongside internationally respected artists such as Andy C, Ed Rush & Optical, Max Cooper, Photek, Dub FX, Desert Dwellers, Dirtwire and many more.
Known mostly for his eclectic Drum&Bass sets that keep the audience on their toes, Rob is equally in demand for his juicy tech-house/ techno sets at outdoor gatherings, nightclubs, and ecstatic dances. He’s also cherished for his dreamy downtempo sunrise sets after a long night on the dance floor.
Active in the technical side of the music industry as well, Rob is the co-founder of Crane Hardware with its’ flagship product — The Crane Stand; a portable DJ Laptop Stand which has become the industry standard and found in over 5,000 retailers worldwide.
Currently you can find Rob Noble spearheading the DEEP N BΔSS collective’s very popular monthly event at the Monkey Loft in Seattle, focusing on the future and deeper sounds of Electronica which brings in huge international acts into Seattle’s most beloved underground club such as: ASC, dBridge and Fine Cut Bodies, just to name a few.