Music has alway played an important role in my life. On a young age I studied musical theory whilst playing the clarinet and saxophone in the local orchestra. In the mid nineties there were groundbreaking developments in the harder styles of Dutch house. For a couple of years, my life became a never ending party that moved from one club to the next and from one festival to another. Always in the company of good friends we traveled whereever our favorite DJ’s were performing. I am convinced the music and the DJ’s from this period have contributed to the the current international success of Dutch Dance Music featuring DJ’s like Martin Garrix, TiĆ«sto and Armin van Buren.

In the years that followed I started making music myself. 7 years and more than 130 finished tracks later I am finally becoming satisfied with the quality of my music (even if one hated it). Of course there is always room for improvement. I addition to producing I also enjoy to apply some mad DJ skills to my collection of sick musicWhen the audience subsequently likes the performance I enjoy myself even more. No matter what happens, I prefer music production over performing any day of the week.

I have always been blessed with sufficient inspiration and motivation to finish a new track on a regular basis. I have also learnt that one track can be completely different from another one. I think I need variation to boost creativity. And I get bored easily. The music I created sofar can most likely be classified as either techno, oldskool, hardstyle, trap or hardcore. My bpm rates varies from 100 up to 180 bpm. On the contrary, some followers find my music very distinctive and easy to indentify. Eventually all hard labour as a music producer would be rewarded. In May 2017 my first album was released. The album is called ’79 tracks’ because it features 79 tracks. The album is available in the main online music stores and streaming services. At the moment I am working on a new album when I feel like it.

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