After the recent success of Portrait of John Doe, an album he made in collaboration with a British composer Tom Hodge, Tomáš Dvořák (known to many as Floex) comes back to smaller scenes to perform live versions of his unforgettable Machinarium score.

Tasty treat for the fans of the game and electronic music alike.

Machinarium Remixed can be purchased here.

On 27th November, Dvořák will appear in Prague in Palac Akropolis along the singer Sára Vondrášková and Josef the Robot (who will handle the drums), playing live versions of the pieces from the soundtrack, remixed versions from recent Machinarium Remixed album and other tracks by Floex unrelated to the game. The remix release contains pieces remade by Orbital (cult British electronic duo), DVA (composers for Chuchel) and Daniel Rosenfeld (the composer for Minecraft).

The concert sounds as exciting as it can get. Live performance of a beloved soundtrack with so much talent behind it is a tasty treat for the fans of the game and electronic music alike. The tickets, priced at 300 Czech korunas (€12), can be bought here. You can also check the event out on Facebook.


Jan Szafraniec

Fasicinated by everything that is noisy, minimal and industrial. He spends most of the time writing and floating around in ambient. He's been loyally professing videogame music for a decade and won't ever stop.