Robert Babicz

Robert Babicz (b. January 5, 1973) is a Polish music producer, mastering engineer and live performer living in Cologne, Germany. With a career spanning nearly two decades covering genres from techno to acid house to minimal, Babicz has also been known under the pseudonyms Rob Acid, Acid Warrior, Department of Dance and Sontec amongst many others. He has released a number of very well respected record labels such as Kompakt, Treibstoff, Bedrock , Intec Digital and Steve Bug’s Audiomatique, as well his own labels, Junkfood and Babiczstyle. He is well known as a live performer, never a DJ, as he uses synths and live equipment and improvises in every set he plays. Babicz moved to Germany in 1980 and began making dance music in the early 1990s, when Acid House was at its most popular peak. His first official release was as his Colone" persona with the record "Acid Science Trax in 1992. In May 1994, he founded his first label, Junkfood Records, with Michael Zosel {http://www.discogs.com/label/Junkfood+Records} and released many 12"s over the next decade.

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