East Clubbers was originally founded in 2004 by Janardana and Piotr Kwiatkowski (DJ Silver). The two began producing songs under East Clubbers and released their first album "E-Quality" the same year after working on it for only 3 months. East Clubbers was gaining much popularity mainly through the internet and some local radio stations and clubs. Through the success of E-Quality, East Clubbers had their first single released in 2005 which was More, More, More on Trak Music. East Clubbers went through a quiet phase in late 2005 and early 2006 where they did not release or even work on any material. After the quiet phase, East Clubbers acquired another member in the form of Piotr Wachnicki (DJ Silver) and released another single by the name of "Sextacy". The song gained popularity in Poland as it was played on the main Polish dance stations. Soon after Sextacy was released, Janardana decided to leave East Clubbers and this was the start of a new sound. East Clubbers quickly signed on with Camey Records' sub-label "Dancefloor Studio" and began work on their new studio album. East Clubbers released the new album in November which featured a more progressive and electro house sound. The album featured top hits such as "My Love" and "Make Me Live" which gained much popularity in Europe. East Clubbers is now touring in and around Poland, and are not currently working on any projects. There have been rumors though of some upcoming releases or even an album.