Dutch DJ & Producer Quintin started DJ-ing in 1997 at the age of 15. In 2002, Quintin won the Twix Talent Award for best DJ Talent of the year, an initiative of ID&T – know from worlds biggest dance event: Sensation.
Quintin appeared on line-ups of huge festivals like Innercity, Trance Energy, Sensation, Mysteryland, Pleasure Island, Madhouse, Dance Valley and the Tiesto CEE tour in Prague. After many years of experience, Quintin has grown to a DJ known for his refined DJ-kills, energetic sets and hit releases. To enhance his producer skills, Quintin studied Pro-audio & Recording Engineering and graduated in 2008 leading to his signing in 2009 at one of world’s largest dance companies Spinnin’ Records. His single "Bleep it!" on their youngest label Made in NL reached the number 1 position at dancetunes.com. After a worldwide release, the track was supported by DJ's like: David Guetta, Laurent Wolf, Laidback Luke.
Another big tune Quintin produced in 2009, "Original Dutch", became a massive radio hit. It was announced as GRAND SLAM (single of the week) at Dutch Radiostation SLAM!FM. In that same year Quintin's achievements got rewarded by the 'DJ talent of the year award', an initiative SLAM!FM - Holland's biggest dance music radio. Soon after that Quintin moved to Amsterdam for more opportunities and with great success.
Besides his own productions, Quintins remix skills are highlight-worthy. Several remixes reached the top 1 position on download portal dance-tunes.com.
In 2011 Quintin was asked to mix CD 2 of thedrughosue mixtape, as a result the mix was downloaded over 120.000 times in 1 month. In that same year Quintin's new single 'Ranked' a collaboration with new talents Calle & Cruz, was released and immediately got supported by Dj's in different genres: Robbie Rivera, Tocadisco, David Guetta, W&W, Marco V, Laidback Luke to name a few…
Every month, Quintins liveset is recorded. These set are played by radiostations wordwide
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