Get To Know Babiczstyle with Robert Babicz

German artist Robert Babicz’s musical output is inspiring and staggering. A true one-man operation, he writes, records and performs solo; commanding an ever-expanding touring schedule, tailoring the music he creates to the cities he visits. But that’s only part of the puzzle, Babicz’s art is comprised of more than just his music. He films everything.

Robert’s latest project ‘Bassporn’ is out right now on Traxsource via his own label. Babiczstyle. We caught up with him to find out about Babiczstyle and more in this featured interview.

Robert, thanks for chatting with us. Please give us some background on your Babiczstyle label.

Babiczstyle was founded in 2010 by myself. At that time, it was a platform strictly for my personal productions. After many releases, I had the feeling that it was time to open up the label to other artists.

What’s the musical direction, mission, and overall goal of Babiczstyle?

Babiczstyle has its own style because it’s the sum of 25 years of my musical journey in electronic music. After such a long time, I simply can’t say I produce one style. Music on Babiczstyle needs to touch you and be timeless as I am not interested what is hot at the moment. I want good music.

Tell us about the current release ‘Bassporn’.

Bassporn came out from an idea to combine old school Techno-Bass with a modern feel-good groove. I asked my friends Guy Mantzur, Tim Engelhardt plus Namito & Solmaz Lou to hop on the project, and they delivered some great remixes.

Is Babiczstyle an outlet for everything Robert Babicz?

It started like this, with a vision of music that takes you far away from your reality. Now I’ve opened it up for other artists as well. I have a great release by Tim Engelhardt coming and got 2 other artists with amazing music. I will obviously do Babicz remixes on their releases.

What’s next for you? Any Ibiza plans? (Plug Away)

I’m flying to Tel Aviv, Malta, Paris, Tokyo and Toronto for my next gigs.

Robert Babicz artist/label pages and releases on Traxsource.


Robert Babicz