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Extraordinary DJ, promoter, curator, talented graphic and web designer - a modest person bringing Polish club scene into another dimension.
Rado originally comes from Strzegom, but it was the nearby Wroclaw that put him on a scarce map of Polish clubbing. As a keen traveller, he moved to Sopot, and after a series of successful parties London was the next logical step…
Joining forces with Exceeda - VJ/design collective and Split Records, he played extensively in London, and after coming back to Poland brought to life a series of events called "Trash it!", introducing many of Europe's top artists to then-budding Polish scene. In 2005, Rado also co-curated amazing lineup of Femev, massively successful festival in Plock.
But first of all, Rado is an exceptional DJ, spinning all sorts of modern club music in his one and only style - as one of the best DJs here in Poland in terms of technique, he easily - and surprisingly - mixes techno, deep house, disco and yet undefined genres into a maelstrom of next-level rhythms, always guaranteed to raise the roof up high and leave the public equally stunned and satisfied.
Along the course of his career, Rado supported Apparat, Isolee, The Mole, Lowtec, Deadbeat, Luke Vibert, Jan Jelinek, Jori Hulkkonen - to name but a few. This clearly shows his unparalleled diversity and ability to cross genres, boundaries and limitations of what was formerly called 'club music'.
Currently Rado is concentrating on his Discord project, which aim is to both bring some of the world's most creative minds to perform in Poland, as well as further pushing boundaries of electronic music, fusing Detroit and Chicago roots with minimal attitude, disco dynamics and IDMish complexity.
Meeting Rado will surely lead to new perspectives, unexpected fusion of styles, and - what's really important - dancefloor mayhem.