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M.U.M Presents Miami Sessions with Robert Babicz- M.U.M Episode 128

Rod B. & Alvaro Garfunk bring you the Miami Underground Movement

 

 

Rob Acid, Sontec, Dicabor, Alton Inc, Acid Warrior

Straight out of Cologne in 1993, under the pseudonym Rob Acid, Babicz released his first single Happy Answer on London Records, which unexpectedly became a huge club hit. With the rise of acid house influenced records dominating the charts, Babicz was able to ride high on this new wave of club culture. In addition to becoming an in demand live performer using one of his other names, Acid Warrior, Babicz started to release singles on high profile imprints like Kompakt, Treibstoff and Steve Bug’s Audiomatique, as well as his own label, Junkfood In what Rob appropriately dubs “the rave years” in the mid-nineties, he was already playing all over the world. During this time Babicz teamed up with Mate Galic and psychedelic sonic experiences of every kind followed, which as Rob himself sums up perfectly came as a result of “excessive sound-research and absurd parties… transistor radio and porn films on big screen”. His affiliation with Force Inc a few years later brought a series of more experimental, less dancefloor-orientated works which suggested his theoretical musique concrete roots. By the turn of the new millennium, Babicz was striving for a different sound and thus began a new label, Shortcut. At the same time, he received multiple requests for sound design from hard and software producers, most notably resulting in the presets he produced for Native Instruments. In 2007 Robert released his landmark record, A Cheerful Temper on Systematic Recordings, which expertly moves between electronica, techno, minimal and classic house. Playing ‘live’ has always been a key feature of Babicz’s authentic musicianship; improvising instead of reeling off pre-determined sets has made his celebrated shows unquestionably unique events. He consistently delivers astonishing performances of his own productions built around warm melodies, blissed atmospherics & analogue bass - sometimes jacking, but mostly tripping and always around the foundations of his first love: techno. Consequently, Babicz has more than proven his worth in the world of dance music and his right to the title of pioneer and innovator, whether producing tech house, minimal or acid techno. With the release of Immortal Changes in early 2010, described by DJ Mag as a “marriage of organic groove and glistening electronic melodies” it is clear that Robert Babicz still has much more to give…
Playlist:
Intro r.babicz - remote kiss ( babiczstyle) r.babicz - the sun ( babiczsyle ) r.babicz - dark flower (fever album mix) ( systematic ) g.boratto - i feel ( babicz earth remix ) ( defray ) r.babicz - percofonik ( babiczstyle ) r.babicz - storm lunch ( babiczstyle ) r.babicz - astor (g.boratto rmx) ( systematic ) r.babicz - come closer ( lost babicz mix ) ( systematic ) r.babicz - simple feeling ( babiczstyle )
Special tanks to Luke Allen
http://www.robertbabicz.de/
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http://www.myspace.com/robertbabicz
http://twitter.com/RobertBabicz
http://soundcloud.com/robbabicz
Direct download: Miami_Sessions_with_Robert_Babicz_1.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:37pm EST

 



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