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DJ DIMITRI

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DJ Dimitri

Period

1967 - current

Genre

DJ, draaitafels, house

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Pseudonyms

Alice D. In Wonderland

DJ Dimitri

House DJ who plays in various clubs. Over the years, Dimitri's style has evolved from hiphop to hardcore techno. Besides being a DJ he also produces, compiles albums and runs his own labels.
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Instruments

draaitafels

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1992   Da Juice
1992   DJ Bart Thimbles
1992   DJ Isis
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Biography DJ Dimitri

House DJ who plays in various clubs. Over the years, Dimitri's style has evolved from hiphop to hardcore techno. Besides being a DJ he also produces, compiles albums and runs his own labels.

Played in

HI&LO   draaitafels

1983

DJ Dimitri starts his career at the age of 16. He plays mostly hiphop and funk.

1985

Dimitri is involved in the hiphop act Freakaristic as a scratcher.

1988

Dimitri becomes a DJ for both Club Richter and the RoXY, two clubs in Amsterdam.

1989

His star is rising outside the Netherlands: he plays at the first Warehouse party's in Italy.

1990

Dimitri has his regular night at club RoXY.

1991

This year sees Dimitri's debut at Ibiza. He also releases his first album and starts his own label: Be.S.T. (Beautiful Soul Techno). First release on this label is So Lonely by Numbers & Feelings, which becomes an international club hit.

1992

Dimitri is co-founder of the Outland Records label. The label's first release is Cavity by Chiquita.

1993

The Outland Records label is doing well with the compilations Static Tracks, Spiritual Tracks I and II.

1994

Disco Train and Fluid Harmony are Dimitri's first hit records.

1995

Dimitri is involved in newly founded club The Chemistry in Amsterdam, and he is also a regular at the British Renaissance Club.

1996

In Muzik Magazine's 1996 International DJ Of The Year Competition Dimitri reaches number eight.

1997 - 1999

At the Heineken Night Live show in Rotterdam (1999) Dimitri and Hubert Jan Hubeek perform a self-composed track together with a symphony orchestra and video images by VJ 00Kaap. With DJ 100% Isis, DJ Angelo and VJ 00Kaap Dimitri starts State of Bliss, at Sunday night in the Supperclub in Amsterdam. When the RoXY burns down in June 1999 Dimitri and his Hi-Tech Soul Movement move to club MORE in Amsterdam.

2000

Dimitri starts the HI&LO project with VJ Danielle Kwaaitaal. The duo has an exhibition in the Art Factory in Tokyo and performs at the Golden Horse Filmfestival in Taipei. The show can also be seen in Europe.

HI&LO

2004

In the end of May DJ Dimitri travels to the US to give performance at Detroit Movement, the world's biggest techno festival.

2005

DJ Dimitri On 2 July the mix CD History Of House is presented. The Best Of Eric Nouhan & Dimitri: Careful Delight, is the first release on the Loveland Recordings label. On two CD's Nouhan and Dimitri collect highlights from their career. The first CD contains club hits from the '90s and the second CD features previously unreleased tracks and remixes.

Orlando Voorn

2006

In April Dimitri contributes to the St. Matthews Passion New Generation Remix 2006, the dance version of the renowned piece of music by Johann Sebastian Bach.

2007

DJ Dimitri After 23 years, Dimitri ends his career as a DJ. Instead, he starts working as a volunteer on a ecologic farm with young people with a mental disability. On 1 September, during the festival '10 jaar Meubelstukken' in Amsterdam he plays his last DJ set.

Discography DJ Dimitri

In the discography you will find all recordings that have been released listed chronologically. We restrict ourselves to the title, the type of audio, year of publication or recording, label, list of guest musicians, plus any comments on the issue.

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