Remco Beekwilder

Now a highly regarded techno artist, Remco Beekwilder has been making a serious name for himself for the past five years. Born and raised in the small Dutch city of s-Hertogenbosch, Remco has since joined the long list of legendary Dutch artists who have brought so much to the techno community. Growing up, Remco was always interested in electronic music and spent a vast amount of time exploring various genres ranging from trance to hardcore and house to EDM. This led to the development of his fierce techno signature sound which initially put him on the map and eventually led him to work with the coveted label of Dax J, Monnom Black.

In 2017, Remco released a high-quality State Of Return EP on Binary Cells and his infamous LSD EP on Monnom Black, showcasing his diversity and capability as a producer with four killer tracks that reflect his artistry perfectly. The title track LSD is a twisted stomper with echo-drenched vocals that fade into the gargantuan immersed in overdriven stabs. A year later, Remco founded his own label called EMERALD which has already catalogued numerous releases including his very own debut LP Culture Vulture. This album is a reflection of his musical journey over the years and touches on everything and provided the perfect opportunity for Remco to take it back to where it all started as a bedroom producer. Featuring on the album are some quality collaborations with the likes of Stranger, Tim Tama and Nur Jaber, a connection made after playing his debut set at Berghain.

Since then, Remco has released a series of intricate EP’s including Nightlife, Public Resistance and Blurring The Lights. In fact, his most recent record Goddess Of Vice, fully embraces the underground culture with open arms, as the four-track treat drifts through tribal, hardcore and acid as he aims to create a nostalgic getaway. All these releases have come on EMERALD and almost certainly need checking out.

1. Reload – Peschi

“The perfect closing track on a genius level which leaves everyone buzzing out of the door. I love the simplicity. This piece of music proves that sometimes all you need is a good chord and percussion. Nothing more and nothing less. Besides the fact this tune brings out the best of a crowd, it easily blends in every set I play. Holding back the tears listening to this.”

A2. Ptyzh
B1. Peschi
B2. Teque

[Released: 30.10.92 on Evolution]

2. F.2* – Hisser

“True rave at it’s finest! The energy of the dominant bassline keeps on giving and gets more dynamic by the minute with the dreamy elements coming through. All together it makes you float across the room and made me realise once again that music should have no boundaries as this is the best example of how techno a trance turn into a proper belter.”

A. Dominica
B. Hisser

[Released: 03.10.94 on Out On A Limb]

3. Mauro Picotto – Baguette

“A serious rush for peaktime techno. The tribal drive itself would have made a solid cut already. For this reason it’s unlikely to expect a filter anthem building up at some point. Doesn’t make it less welcome for obvious reasons.”

A. Underground
B. Baguette

[Released: 01.11.00 on BXR]

4. Exciter – Eyes In The Sky

“A hard, tribal gem by Ferry Corsten. Even though it’s predictable, it kicks in. Moving straight forward and no holding back”.

A1. Eyes In The Sky
A2. Doodlebug
B1. Trezzpazz

[Released: 22.09.95 on X-Trax]

5. LaTour – Blue

“A hard, tribal gem by Ferry Corsten. Even though it’s predictable, it kicks in. Moving straight forward and no holding back”.

A. Blue (Single Edit)
B. Cold
(Marks Adventerous Mix Edit)
[Released: 21.09.92 on Polydor]

Recent Movements

Culture Vulture RMX EP:

Godess Of Vice EP:

Thanks to Remco Beekwilder.

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