After a while he started focusing on various turntable tricks from the Hip Hop scene and also took some special turntablism lessons. In 2005 he decided to compete in the Hellbound DJ contest, which he won and allowed him to play at 2 Hellbound parties. A year later he won the Q-Factor DJ contest organised by Q-Dance. This resulted in a contract at Q-Bookings and some major gigs on parties and festivals like Q-Base, In-Qontrol, Project Hardcore, Defqon-1 and also abroad in Germany and Finland. Next to spinning the good old vinyl, he has been developing his producing skills. Starting off with Fasttracker 2, he quickly got himself a nice studio which resulted in his first release in 2007; Industrial Shock #02: Devillien – Agonized Minds.
At the start of the new year, 2008, he started his own recordabel: Devillien.dj. On this label he will release his own tracks together with skipless scratch tools, which will be guided by free scratch lessons supplied to you on this website. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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