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Position: 
17

Questions Top100 DJs 2011 - admin - 2015-06-30 17:08

Style: 
Hardstyle
Best known for: 
Stage presence, breaking boundaries, melody
Tune of the year: 
Brennan Heart & The Prophet 'Wake Up (Snooze Edit)'
Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2011: 
Ran-D
What's the future of DJing: 
Breaking down the barriers of genres
Favourite app: 
Facebook brought me and my fans much closer together. It's great getting so much feedback. I feel less alone while travelling!
Discovery of the year: 
I thought there was no life after Lost, but Dexter saved my life.
Rediscovery of the year: 
My 2008 track 'Megasound'. That did really well on this tour, while in Europe it was never one of my biggest hits.
Awkward Moment: 
A hater who kept screaming 'Sonny Moore' at me. Dude, I love Sonny Moore too
Style or substance: 
Substance. I hope styles will start to blend more. Styles are invisible walls, creative limits.
Pet Hate: 
Trolling my Facebook page, feeding on negativity. I just don't get why they don't put their energy into finding something they do like. There is so much music to choose from, nobody is forcing you to listen to anything.
Water and plug sockets. Chilli sauce and blowjobs. Certain things should always be kept apart. Including hardstyle and dubstep, you'd think. Unless you're Headhunterz aka Willem Rebergen, who has been fusing them into 'dubstyle' since 2010's collaboration with Brennan Heart 'The MF Point Of Perfection'. “Dubstep is a lot about sound design, and so is hardstyle,” the Dutchman claims. “It gave me inspiration for my latest track 'Doomed' and you can expect more of that on my upcoming album.” Headhunterz' recent single 'The Message Is Hardstyle' showed he's still a dab hand at the aggro bangers his hardstyle fans adore, however - particularly those who have flocked to see him on his first American tour. “People in the States come to hear my own tunes,” he says. “A year ago, we could not have imagined doing an 18-city North American tour. A lot of work is still to be done here, but the hardstyle scene is growing fast.

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