Review: Vadim Yegudkin – ‘Colombia’



Born in Russia and raised in New York, Vadim Yegudkin began DJing and producing when he first moved to the United States. Inspired by the hustle and bustle of the city, he focused his energies and crafted a musical identity of his own, finding his sound in transient digital beats and vibrant club anthemics. After moving to Miami about a decade ago, Vadim combined his more traditional techno sound with a distinct Latin flavour.


An artist who primarily made music for his friends to enjoy, it’s only recently that Vadim has stepped into the spotlight, taking to Spotify to launch his career. A four-minute anthem of inspired house sounds, ‘Colombia’ is a song of vibrant, almost-nostalgic tones, flowing with 90’s vibes and unrelenting energy. It’s a clever combination of timeless EDM sounds and thoroughly modern energy, bringing the sharpest elements of past trends into a dizzying new age.


Harking back to the golden age of house sounds, ‘Colombia’ is a bold and evolving mix of layered vocal snippets and pulsating beats, pushing the song forward with a lavish, unmistakable melody. Polished to a bright shine, there is a confidence about the single that carries you away from reality and leaves you in a kaleidoscopic daze of percussive electronic sounds.



With over a decade of experience behind him, it’s not hard to see why ‘Colombia’ is so distinct. Built to impress and entertain, it’s a single of subtle complexities that are deftly layered with an overarching melody, seamlessly blending together to make an aural assault that is worth listening to.


Available now on iTunes and Spotify, ‘Colombia’ will easily impress even the most diehard of EDM fans, proving that classic sounds and modern energy will never go out of style.


Score: 7.5/10


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