For many years now, Brent Roozendaal has been seen as a strong electronic music advocate, known for his outspoken, diverse and relevant musical style. On stage as a DJ, or as the promoter of several concepts, Brent pushes underground dance music straight from his heart into the realm of true connoisseurs, moving crowds everywhere he goes.
During the past 12,5 years Brent has rocked dance floors all around the Netherlands from playing at renowned clubs as Studio 80 and Trouw as well as the obscure ones such as Pand 14 – right up to playing at festivals such as Open Air, Awakenings and Welcome to the Future. As a promoter he’s responsible for Drift, Breakfast Club, Wave Festival and Have A Nice Day. Brent will dive right into 2014 with a killer New Years edition of Breakfast Club at the Melkweg, starring a line up of local and foreign heroes like San Soda, L.B. Dub Corp, Partice Scott, Xdb, Ron Morelli, and many more.
As a DJ he brings an obstinate mixture of song-structured tracks and solid bass groovers. In his sets he plays with contrast, creating different atmospheres and energy levels. For him it’s all about the ultimate combination of emotions. That’s why Roozendaal’s style isn’t easy to describe, ranging from dark techno, to dreamy electro and analogue Chicago house. Check out his sound for yourself by listening to this sweet, all-vinyl mix he dropped on our doorstep.
L.B. Dub Corp | Skudge – LIVE | Anthony Morelli | Xosar – LIVE | Virgo Four – Live | Conforce Presents Kinetic Album | Patrice Scott & XDB | San Soda (Techno Set) | Orgue Electronique – Live | Cottam | Antal | Jaime Frias | Tom Liem |