If there’s an artist who has mastered the art of weird track names, it’s Robag Wruhme.
Gabor Schablizki (a.k.a Robag Wruhme) has always kept us on our toes. Appearing on the scene in the busy year of 1997, the producer and DJ established his caree ...
Gabor Schablizki (a.k.a Robag Wruhme) has always kept us on our toes. Appearing on the scene in the busy year of 1997, the producer and DJ established his career alongside fellow countryman Sören Bodner (professionally known as Monkey Maffia) when they founded their infamous Wighnomy Brothers duo, a collaborative project that ripped apart clubs and festivals until 2009 with high energy sets and wonky DJ-booth dance freakouts. Through the project’s entirety, Schablizki held down production duties, gracing listeners with deep, seductive dancefloor moments. As Robag Wruhme, Schablizki has found a home with the likes of German mainstays Kompakt and Pampa, where he’s explored the kind of loose, melodic frequencies made famous by the labels as well as gentle, brighter takes of house and techno that unfold in odd and satisfying ways.
Along with the occasional record here and there, Wruhme, who remains a mysterious, quiet character, has reunited with Monkey Maffia for some select Wighnomy Brothers festival gigs throughout 2017, and he continues to play solo sets around the globe.