They began their musical path in the mid-nineties. Rickard had a blossoming career in the very new trance scene as a member of early Goa group Subcouds and around the same time Robert was taking his first steps in musical production on his trusty Amiga-. After meeting through Rickard’s younger cousin- the pair decided to enter the studio in the summer of 1998 with the creation of their project- Vibrasphere- the rest, they say, is history.
They where quick to leave their mark on the scene- early releases such as the now legendary “The Open Sphere” were the beginning of the unique sound that has become synonymous with the Vibrasphere name- a sound that despite keeping up with modern production trends, has managed to retain its classic feel. The rich dub influenced soundscapes; classic trance elements, intelligent musicality and broad bass lines have never left Vibrasphere- despite their sound evolving to always keep them at the forefront of the progressive scene.
Their first album- “Echo” on Spiral Trax in 2000 established Vibrasphere as one of the most in demand progressive acts in across the globe- the release is regarded as one of the albums that set progressive on its current course. Their second album “Lime Structure”, released in beginning of 2003 on their current label Digital Structures- reinforced ideas explored in earlier work, but at the same time pushed the Vibrasphere sound to new frontiers and gaining a whole new generation of fans.