Stefan Robbers was born on 23/2/68 in Eindhoven, the Netherlands and has earned respect both inside and outside of Holland, as one of our most versatile and productive musicians when it comes to danceable electronic music that leaves something for your mind to enjoy !
Since 1990 he's been responsible for over 30 releases. He operates under many guises and in 1990 laid the foundations for Djax-Up-Beats with Saskia Slegers (Miss Djax): a few years later he started his own Eevo Lute label.
Mike Banks, frontman of Underground Resistance and not known to be very sympathetic towards his white European colleagues, described Robbers respectfully as "our brother over there."
English dance magazine Mixmag refers to him as "Eindhoven's own microchip Mozart" and Gert van Veen, founder of Quazar and music journalist, described his colleague as one of the most consistent producers on the continent.
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