Nadoki is a music studio specializing in mixing and mastering founded in Berlin in 2019 by passionate engineers. The team now consists of Julia Borelli, Elia Bertolaso, and Alper Arslan.
Nadoki rapidly created a respectful name in the electronic music scene since its launch. Their clients include artists such as Richie Hawtin, Afterlife, Mind Against, Soel, Princess Century, Lie Ning, and several other talented artists.
Born and raised in 1990 in Moshav Tomer, Jordan Valley, Israel, Matan Goldstein started off his passion for music in the early age of 13 by playing the drums.
After his military service, he realized that music was his life and went to study for a Bachelor’s degree in music at Ono Academic College Kiryat Ono, Israel.
At this point, he started running his business MatanGoldMusic.
In the year of 2014 till 2017, he began to take my knowledge into teaching drums, guitar and piano; having in total more than 60 students between the ages of 7-50 years old. Furthermore in the same year, Matan opened his own recording studio and started working as a producer.
After finishing his Bachelor’s degree in 2018, Ihe decided to move to Berlin to start a new life with more and bigger opportunities for his musical career. Not knowing what’s in store, he started playing as a percussionist with many different international artists and bands in many Berlin bars and venues.
Keeping his love for teaching in place, he taught kids and other musicians drums, percussions, guitar and piano all around Berlin.
Matans motive for the next 10 years is to stand right next to his hardworking students,
take part in as many amazing live shows as a drummer, producing beats and songs for many talented artists in Berlin, and just keep doing what he loves most – music.
Since 2008 WPE Berlin is a German hip hop label, management company, publisher, booking agency, distributor and a big exclusive family. Professionalism, reliability and trustworthiness as a result of a sensitive business strategy ensures a motivating and efficient music-network that lead to many chart placings, awards and a good reputation.
Since 2019 WPE has also been part of the Riverside Family. As the experts in urban sound, we play an important role in shaping the charisma of the studios. Together with the partners Sennheiser and Neumann, we created a space that meets the highest industry standards and offers productive works in a cozy atmosphere. To catch the perfect vibe for every session simply tweak the smart lighting system – such as for exclusive social media content. The studio offers enough space for an individual set-up without losing focus on its essentials.
In addition to the WPE-Artists Niqo Nuevo, Kianush and Antifuchs; artists such as Luciano, Nimo, Lucio and Nate57 have been recording in our studio. Together with our producers Tacka77, 2Sick and Digital Slaves, who are permanently on site, we help you create exactly the sound you are looking for.
Don’t hesitate to contact Studio-Head Edoardo for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hybrasil learned his craft working as a house engineer at Temple Lane and Grouse Lodge Studios, where he recorded and produced music on NEVE and SSL Consoles across genres such as Blues, Jazz, Folk Music, World Music and Prog Rock. After many years of honing his skills as a sound engineer with a variety of different artists from different backgrounds, work on the Hybrasil live and studio project began.
In 2005 he took up residency as a radio DJ, presenting a late-night 3 deck mix show inspired by The Wizard on WJLB Detroit. It wasn’t long before Hybrasil was picked up by Irish National Radio. A broadcasting career that eventually spanned a total of twelve years.
The Hybrasil live project debuted in 2016, on the Dublin leg of Sven Väth’s World Tour. What followed was a series of digital/vinyl releases on his own eponymous label and a number of key performances at festivals and clubs across the continent. His most ambitious project took five years to develop. For this, he wrote a live show entitled ‘Spaces’, performed before Jeff Mills & the National Concert Orchestra at Dublin’s Bord Gais Theatre.
Shortly after moving to Berlin in 2018, he was welcomed into the Rekids family by Radio Slave, debuting on the label with the ‘Afra EP’ in May 2019, which was duly picked up by a number of key players in the techno scene. Since then he’s been working as a technical consultant for the SRVD Live show and has earned a number of mixing credits on Rekids.
In late 2019, as a result of his time spent in Berlin, Hybrasil released his debut LP ‘Embers’ on Rekids. Of his debut album, Hybrasil states: “It’s inspired by the people I have met here in Berlin and my experiences in the city. It is written, produced and mixed for the Panorama Bar / Berghain sound system and the people who dance there.” Following the album release Hybrasil was invited to play at Panorama Bar in February 2020.
Experimentation and improvisation are at the core of the Hybrasil concept. In 2020 Hybrasil delivered his first audio visual collaboration ‘We Don’t Flip’ with Tom Hodgkinson of Bristol based design studio ‘Shop’. ‘We Don’t Flip” was released on Rekids (July 2020).
As Hybrasil’s career trajectory steepens… the way through the woods widens… the hard work is paying off.
In 2006 Matt Edwards set in motion a movement that would creep deep into the cracks of the underground techno and house scene. Driven by determination and guided by innovation, Edwards would shape Rekids into one of the most prolific and respected labels of the coming decade – and beyond.
With a proven track record for realizing artistic potential, Matt, perhaps better known as Radio Slave, has been driving talent to the forefront ever since. Some of the industry’s biggest influencers and style icons have emerged from the Rekids vision. Artists like Nina Kraviz and Peggy Gou, whose music caught the ears of Matt and Rekids. In fact, it was Rekids who hosted Nina’s first live show in Rex. Mr. G and his genre-defining album ‘Retrospective’ found a home on Rekids alongside quintessential releases like SRVD’s ‘ELEVATE’, Radio Slave’s “Feel The Same’ and of course Nina’s ‘Ghetto Kraviz’, all of which have become synonymous with and contributed to the spirit of Rekids.
Diving into the back catalogue is like a techno encyclopedia, Carl Craig, Kenny Larkin, Gerd Janson, Chris Liebing, Speedy J, Rodhad, Len Faki, Mike Banks (Underground Resistance) and many more have all released music under the Rekids banner, gaining a highly devoted following. Residencies in iconic techno havens like Rex and Panorama Bar and showcases on multiple continents continue to inspire and spread the Rekids energy worldwide. It’s no wonder why or how Rekids got to where it is today, hard work defined by dedicated principles and a talent for artistic vision tends to attract success, however you measure it.
Rob Rox is a german music producer, songwriter, mixing and mastering engineer. After attending the German Pop Academy for audio engineering and music composition, he started to work for well-known artists in Europe.
In 2011, he made his way to Los Angeles where he worked with industry successes such as Lupe Fiasco, Banks, Imagine Dragons, Ellie Goulding… He co-wrote and co-produced Banks 3rd Single “Beggin For Thread” from the Album “Goddess” which hit No. 20 on the Billboard 200 and No. 4 on the Billboard Independent charts. Since today, it’s her most successful song with more than 100 Mio. streams on Spotify. The song went gold and platinum in the US.
His fresh mixing talents have helped a huge and diverse array of musicians achieve household name and status. He is focused in electronic music and therefore he works with well-known DJ’s & artists such as Seven Lions, Ellie Goulding, Jessie J, Paper Diamond, WhoMadeWho, Klingande, GusGus and Kungs.
Kungs Album Layers received gold status in many countries and three-times diamond world wide. Klingandes single „Pumped Up“ went gold in 7 countries in europe.
Max Wild is a German-born, Zimbabwean-raised multi-instrumentalist, producer, and educator, classically trained in London and New York as a jazz saxophonist. Max toured internationally with various jazz and world-music acts before turning his focus to electronic music eduction. He is one of the founders of 343 Labs, New York’s fastest growing music production school and electronic music community.
In July 2020, 343 Labs opened it’s second location at the iconic Riverside Studios in Berlin, making 343 Labs the only school with locations in both electronic music capitals, Berlin and New York. 343 Labs prioritizes community, and offers free weekly online and offline events, such as masterclasses, networking events, feedback sessions, and performances, besides providing a broad range of high-level music production classes. With some of the world’s most accomplished producers and artists on its teaching roster, students can expect an exceptional educational experience.
Henne Müller is a Berlin-based songwriter and producer who is part of the unique artist collective at Riverside Studios Berlin.
Trained classically and deeply rooted in independent music, he is a fan of pop music and loves to blend genres.
Starting his career as drummer & percussionist for different projects (classical, reggae, Pop), he found his passion in music producing of his former band ABBY.
Henne is a member of the electronic music group “Gheist”, which is signed to Solumun’ s label and booking agency Diynamic. Alternating between a full-on live performance and hybrid DJ sets, him and his band are residents at Berlin’s landmark venue “Watergate”. Co-Founder of electronic label “radau records” and independent pop label “unfug recordings”.
Henne’s select credits include writing, mixing, composing and producing for artists such as:
ABBY, Chris James, Nosoyo, James Hersey, Graham Candy as well as collaborations with Apparat, Pan-Pot, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Nena and Robot Koch.
Amanda Martikainen, born and raised in Sodankylä, Finland, works as a composer and sound designer with focus on digital media in Berlin. She studied classical voice, piano and composition at the Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” Berlin and at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater “Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy” Leipzig.
In 2021 Martikainen looks towards three premières; her piece “Dedushka Kosmos” (dir. Sasha Davydova) will be performed in April at Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin, “Konflikt” (dir. Rasmus Slätis) in June at Hanko, Finland as well as “Don Quixote – which was a dream”, which will be taking place as an interactive digital format in Berlin in autumn.
In her artistic work she focuses on the fusion of electric instrumentation, blending vocal and classical elements effortlessly in her music. In January 2020, the fully composed “öin ja päivin” dance piece was premiered at Folklandia Festival Finland. In July 2020, her newly arranged folk music pieces for classical orchestra were performed at the “Luosto Classic” Festival in Luosto, Lapland. In October 2020 her track “Soitto” was included in the category “Unexpected Sounds” of the Berlin Music Awards.
Amanda Martikainen holds the scholarship of the Finnish Music Board for modern composers.