Philip Bader, Andres Amadeus
Philip Bader, native of Berlin, discovered his love for electronic music back in 1998 when he started to throw tracks. He made his debut in 1999 at the old Tresor club.
But deejaying wasn’t enough for him, so together with a group of friends he started the “Max und Moriz” project. This name was to stand for a series of events, the most popular among them in the Berlin party scene being the Karneval der Verpeilten.
Moreover, with their Sunday Afternoon party series Geleé Royal they laid the foundation for the now legendary Berlin Sunday after-hours.
In the recent past Mr. Bader has been concentrating on producing and deejaying. Not only in Berlin clubs such as Watergate, Weekend and Bar25 (Resident) etc., but also throughout Germany, Switzerland, France, Israel and Japan has he become best-known for his one-and-only style.
This success has mainly been brought about by his own productions. His debut was given with Perry Roden on Monika Kruse’s Electric Avenue label. In the meanwhile he has successfully released on Force Track, MIS Records, Stil vor Talent etc.. With Herinichs und Hirtenfellner (SupDup) he shares a recording studio, the result of which has been a fruitful cooperation: a remix for Raze Ohara on Get Physical and, together with Sascha Bremer, the release Mamba Drums was produced for the Get Physical sublabel Kindisch.
Philip Bader continues to bring forth his deep-minimalist Berlin techno style on the web-label SupDub Digitalis, which can be bought exclusively at Beatport.
Moreover, his tracks are marked by very creative and very cleverly inserted vocals, and he himself grabs the microphone from time to time.
His sets are like his tracks: rich with a lot of room, consistently deep and dallying.
electric avenue recordings:
mes amis ep
stil vor talent:
Andres Amadeus - Soultech/Futurasol