Jorn van Deynhoven was born on March 10, 1977 and is a trance producer and DJ living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

He remixed twice in a row the world-famous female vocalist Jan Johnston and won (together with his studio partner and friend Joshua Cunningham) the MySpace Remix Contest of Germany’s trance-mastermind “ATB” with a Remix of “Desperate Religion”.

In 2007 he also did the official rework of Blank & Jones’ single “The Hardest Heart” with Anne Clark and his partner Joshua Cunningham. The record was released on the B&J Album “Monument”.

Besides, he is favourite as DJ. Known as a very precise and creative turntable technician, he presents his positive and breathtaking sets to the trance community with guest DJ mixes on different radio shows like Tiesto’s Clublife 096, Paul van Dyk’s Vonyc Sessions, Solarstone’s Solaris International (formaly Deep Blue Radio Show), and more.

Jorn van Deynhoven has managed to become one of the most aspiring new names to appear in todays electronic music scene.

Gaining amazing feedbacks for his latest remixes and releases as well as getting heavy support from the likes of Armin van Buuren, Above & Beyond, Paul van Dyk, Tiesto, Ferry Corsten, Alex Morph, Judge Jules, Mike Shiver, Niklas Harding, Solarstone, Jon oBir or Mark Eteson.

Jorn van Deynhoven remixed acts like ATB, Blank & Jones, Hemstock & Jennings, Roger Shah, Lange and Jan Johnston and also worked as a producer in the background for other well-known artists.

Edited by Deyan4o on 17 Dec 2009, 11:04

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