Rüdiger believes that pop music should be the intersection between the unknown and the familiar. Since beginning his professional career, he applies this philosophy to productions over a wide spectrum, from progressive to conservative records. Genres are no boundaries to him, as he believes in music being universal information serving a specific purpose. The aim is to always create a product that excites and delivers a point on the first listen.
Born in Berlin, Rüdiger was always surrounded by music. His father Matthias Schramm was the composer and bass player of famous East German band 'Silly', working as a music producer after his rock stardom. Old equipment was passed down, allowing Rüdiger to experiment with music production from a young age. In his early teens, he won the remix contest of a local Berlin radio station, despite competition from renowned DJs and producers.
In the early 2010s, Rüdiger spent some time in Leipzig, where he got involved in the urban music scene. He produced records with popular German artist Trettmann, who he joined in building his former record label and artist collective, touring german speaking countries and organizing events and block parties.
Feeling restricted by geographic and genre limits, he moved back to Berlin, where he spent another five years working and learning at the famous Hansa Studios. The time there brought him his first precious metal achievements, doing programming and production work for artists such as Andreas Gabalier, Nik P and Beatrice Egli. Wanting to broaden his perspective further, he embarked on a journey to expand his geographic reach by travelling across Europe and Asia, forming the playgrounds for his musical adventures today.