Stranger & Remco Beekwilder

Stranger & Remco Beekwilder ϟ Voltage Festival 2018

Stranger:

Tipped as being one of Rotterdam’s best kept secrets in Techno, dj/producer ‘stranger’ moves in mysterious ways and has quickly proven to be one to watch. His first musical appearance in 2014 was quickly picked up by established names as Dave Clarke, Sven Vath and Marcel Dettmann, giving his career aswell as his own Self Reflektion label a major kick-start. While remaining in the background pushing forward talented artists and working on various projects such as the highly anticipated Paling Trax label, his dj-career is on the rise. His name can be found on the line-ups of some of the biggest clubs and events in techno such as Awakenings, Tresor and many others. This is not your average ‘unknown artist’…

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Remco Beekwilder:

Fairly new to the scene, but already way ahead of his game, Remco Beekwilder is taking the world by storm. The Dutch dj/producer has been releasing EP’s steadily on imprints such as Stranger’s Self Reflektion and Binary Cells over these past three years, while also playing gigs all around Europe. With his energetic and deep sound, clearly rooted in techno, Beekwilder has already marked his own place in the scene.

His monumental LSD EP got released on Dax J’s Monnom Black label and shows his diversity and capability as a producer, with four tracks that reflect his artistry perfectly. Beekwilder’s 10th Planet EP (June 2016) on Stranger’s Self Reflektion label gained huge support from artists (Dax J, Marcel Dettmann, Luke Slater, Rebekah, and Dave Clarke) and fans alike. Basement Tools EP on the same label got support from artists like Ben Sims, Paul Mac, NX1, MTD and Viktoria amongst others. In February of this year he released the State of Return EP on Binary Cells, which was categorized by Hard wax as ‘Excellent, spaced out, metallic techno pressure’.

Next to producing Beekwilder has been playing at different places in Europe like: Paris, Berlin, London, Lyon, Rotterdam and Amsterdam. Gaining more support with every show he plays.