High Quality Dance Music
– Robert Drewek (Rawax)
– Phonk D (Footjob)
If you are looking for groovy house with techno impressions – Robert Drewek is the right man. Inspired by the early frankfurt clubs XS and Omen, Robert started his dj-career in 1994. Driven by his passion for music he improved his skills very quickly which lead to an opening slot at Mannheim’s MS Connexion for DJ Hell and Dave Clark in 1997.
In the years from 2004-2007 Robert was a resident dj at the Monza club in Frankfurt and startet to tour around Germany and Europe to bring his music into the hearts of countless people. Since 2004 Robert released a couple of own productions on labels like Housewax, i220, UNLEASH and HOUSEWORX.
Despite his career as a dj he worked from 2000 to 2007 for the music distribution ELP Medien in Offenbach and managed the labels for artists like Marco Carola, Adam Beyer, The Advent, Eric Prydz, Jesper Dahlbäck and many more.
At the end of 2007 Robert left ELP Medien and startet his most ambitious project. Alongside Alex Bau and Jörg Henze he founded his own record distribution DBH-Music.
Today DBH is one of the most important record distributions for electronic music and the home of Roberts own label RAWAX/ CHIWAX/ HOUSEWAX which had an amazing impact in the scene since day one with releases from Robert Armani, Ron Trent, DJ Sneak, Boo Williams, Ricardo Villalobos Roy Davis Jr., Atom Heart, Rick Wade, DJ Hell, Ian Pooley, Luciano, Kevin Saunderson, Robert Hood..to name a few!
Since 2013 Robert was very successful in pushing his labels and playing all over Europe and South America with highlights like his infamous label showcases at Kater Holzig in Berlin, Club der Visionäre, Robert Johnson, Wilde Renate, Griessmühle, Nitsa Club, Sonar and of course at legendary Tresor.
Since 2014 Robert got his own monthly residence at Tresor Berlin and since 2020 also at Tresor.West in Dortmund.
The latest project is the new techno Club in Frankfurt, called TOKONOMA. Robert is part of the club and he is also taking care of the bookings – more to come!