Although Vadim Svoboda comes from a classical musical background he quickly developed a passion for electronic music and production. Sounds have always been part of his life.
His live shows are made with musical instruments and hardware such as synthesisers and drum machines. After a few gigs, he quickly becomes a musical curiosity. Parisian party organizers such as Celine and Giorgio from Sundae decide to have him as a resident and Masomenos take him on their im- print to realize his debut EP, Ç a me dit, on Welcome To Masomenos.
In 2011 he creates his own label, Makesense, which is an original imprint that favours musical diggers. He comes out with Makesense Record 001, his first solo EP named Supercharged, which is selected by Dyed Soundroom for 2012 Rex Club compilation.
After 2 years in Berlin, he develops his talent for live performance and plays in Panorama Bar, Club Der Visionaere, and other underground venues such as Heidegluhen. His most recent project called Pattern is the result of his Berlin work. It
regroups 100 tracks that came out of his analog rhythm machine, recorded live with no peculiar arrangement nor effects which will come out on Double R, the alliance of two labels: Stablo and Rekids.
Currently Vadim has an EP alongside Funk E forthcoming on the label called The Double R, also he is preparing to release a full lenght vinyl album on the same label.
Our 99th edition of Nightclubber Podcast is a specially crafted liveset improvisation with the patterns of Vadim Svoboda’s lovely machinedrum.
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