Had an early interest in music and started mixing with his friends at the age of 14 at home parties with cd’s and an old mixer, trying to create an atmosphere already. Time went on… About 6 years ago he turned his mind to vinyl… A new world opened itself. Now real mixing began..

His style is quite eclectic, but can best be described as moving, jazzy deep house, sometimes dubby, sometimes clubby. And he’s crazy about house classics. Because of his broad music taste, his sets can have great variation and adaptation, while sticking to his own style.

He started playing at underground parties, youth houses, ‘trendy’ shops like Kinky Hairdressers, Fish & Chips,…

Félix was also asked to play at concepts like Tour d’Anvers and for Instant Karma he played at Funki Bizniz, Holland.

Since the existence of FoolHouse he played some sets for organizations like: Touché, Home, Shakin’grounds (Leuven), Kinky People (Ghent). In Antwerp he played lounge-music sets on “Nuit d’Anvers” a cocktail lounge concept @ L’Ile d’anvers.

Nowadays he’s also resident for Break The Silence in Brussels, a concept that exists for years and that has many national and international guestdj’s in all electronic music styles. Félix was also asked to play on the Music Tour for Seat Beach Rock, were he played at such places as Zanzibar Discotheque. He shared the decks with numerous dj’s like Murvin Jay, Isabelle, Deg, Tomaz, Sandra, Marco Bailey, Clémentine, etc.…From Time to time you can hear him at Kultuurkaffee, Brussels, also a well known place for their concerts and cultural events given there. Regularly you can hear him on the student-internet radio from VUB.

During spring 2003 he was invited by a foreign event-organiser to perform several sets in Lloret de Mar, Spain. He played at the biggest disco’s (e.g. Colossos), often for more than 2000 visitors… Later that year he also played on one of the trucks of the ‘miles of Love’-parade.

And now of course he’s a resident for FoolHouse where he drives you to complete foolishness on the dance floor….

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