Branz plays across genres but remains deep throughout keeping partygoers forever anticipating the next track. With a long history in the underground dance scene Branz has matured to focus on the
Branz plays across genres but remains deep throughout keeping partygoers forever anticipating the next track. With a long history in the underground dance scene Branz has matured to focus on the deeper side of electronic music. Musical influences include Richie Hawtin, Pantytec, Matthew Dear and Cabanne.
He played at venues and events like: Phonocult (resident), Club Silly Symphonies (resident), Integrate, Paard van Troje, L!NK, Doornroosje, Cultuurnacht / Todaysart, LVC, Just Jamm Outdoor, club Kanty (PL), Rotation (PL) and the future looks bright..
In 1999 Branz started Confused Recordstore, which is now the main supplier for quality dance music in The Hague and abroad.
In 2001 he started to run the Dutch techno label Audiosculpture together with Dave Miller, Eddy Kreischer, Sicco Bosscher and Damian Keane.
Phonocult Music Group
In 2004 Branz expanded his label roster by starting Phonocult Music Group which now hosts the labels: Phonocult, Phonotech and Audiosculpture.
In 2004 Branz started organizing the Phonocult parties and label together with friend Sander Baan. The Phonocult parties are known for their refreshing, innovative booking: Jussi Pekka, Guido Schneider, Rene Breitbarth, Gabriel Ananda and Bruno Pronsato all made their Dutch debut here, alongside quality performers like Andre Galluzzi, Luciano, Pantytec and Magda.
Branz has a good time in whatever he does, whether it's running his record store, managing his record labels and of course: spinning records.