Squee has been involved in the Dutch Drum'n'Bass scene for well over 10 years now, after he originally started to discover the sounds of Drum'n'Bass somewhere in '97/'98. When attending to one of Amsterdam's (back then, famous) Bullitproof nights at the Mazzo club early '99 he knew he found his place. Quickly he became one of the most steady attendees of the Bullitproof and Fusion nights, as well as many other regular Drum'n'Bass parties in the Netherlands.
At the beginning of the century, some things started to change. After receiving the Renegade Hardware Aftermath LP for his birthday from some good friends that year, a vinyl addiction in him was ignited. As Squee already got to know many people in the local scene, this didn't go unnoticed, and he was invited to come spin some records in a local shop. After getting his first experience on a pair of Technics there, it didn't take long until he decided to buy his own.
Still being a regular at the Bullitproof parties, Squee got his first booking there playing in 2002. From that point on, things slowly started to roll in the next years playing all over the Netherlands. At the start of 2004, Squee teamed up with Adi-J, and delivered a weekly internet radioshow on Jungletrain.Net. The "Bassground Radio" show was very succesful, and ran steadily for more than three years until Spring 2007.
In the years that followed, Squee's focus shifted from DJing. After visiting Eye-D a couple of times in Goes, Squee got more into music production, and they teamed up twice resulting into two heavy tunes that were released on vinyl. Their first collaboration, Caffeine Overdose '97, was released in 2007 on the Belgian Independenza label, in a style reminiscent of the classic '97 No-U-Turn techstep. Their second track, Circuitry, has been released in 2009 on the first LP of the Dutch label PRSPCT recordings, and has been pounding and destroying dancefloors with its heavy techno influenced sounds.
In 2010, Squee returned back again to Jungletrain.net, now hosting a solo weekly show every Tuesday evening. At the same time, he's currently occupied full-time with research at the University of Amsterdam in order to obtain his PhD, but still tries to find some time to work on music production or visit the occasional Drum'n'Bass party in the weekends to unwind! ;)
Squee has a broad taste in Drum'n'Bass, as well as a vast record collection with records from anything between now and halfway the nineties. However, Squee prefers the more deep and/or danceable styles, things should not be too cheesy! In his radio show any style could come by, from Atmospheric to heavy Horsemen sounds, from pounding Technoid to oldskool No-U-Turn Techstep, from Neuro to classic Rollers. When playing out, there are two main directions that he is known for to love and play; On one side he loves to play the Intelligent/Atmospheric side of DnB to space you away or on the other side to slam into your face and make you move with some highly energetic Neurofunk/Technoid beats!