Onderkoffer is not letting any genre hold him down, his versatility stretches from deep and electro house, moombah and trap. Onderkoffer is an up and coming Dutch DJ and producer that Ragetracks.com has been following for sometime now. Onderkoffer is not letting any genre hold him down, his versatility stretches from deep and electro house, moombah and trap. His tracks have been supported by some of the biggest artists in EDM including Laidback Luke, Blasterjaxx, D!rty Aud!o, Martin Garrix and Borgeous!With official releases for Blasterjaxx off Mixmash Records and winning the Yellow Claw 21 bad Bitches remix competition under his belt; the young artist has a bright future ahead of him. Not letting any genre hold him down his versatility stretches from house, trap to even orchestral edits. His tracks have been supported by some of the biggest artists in EDM including Laidback Luke, Martin Garrix, Blasterjaxx, Borgeous, Thomas Newson, Yellow Claw and D!RTY AUDIO.
1. How long have you been producing?
I’ve been producing since 2007
2. How would you classify your music?
I would classify my music as progressive, loud, speaker-destroying hard music.
What sets you and your music apart from the rest in the scene?
The way I use my own sounds and variations, combine different genres into one and always have an eye for detail sets me and my music apart from the rest of the scene.
What artists have supported you in your journey so far?
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5. You just released a very unique remix of DVBBS & Borgeous’ “Tsunami.” What made you decide on a orchestral introduction and what has reception of the track been like?
As an artist I try to listen to a lot of different genres and appreciate them. The genre I appreciate the most though is of course classical/orchestral music. Hans Zimmer was a great inspiration for me to try some orchestral music myself and came up with the idea to make my own orchestral intro of various EDM tracks (such as ‘Animals’ and ‘Tsunami’). The reception was great. I immediately got a lot of positive responses and a lot of plays, likes, reposts etc. on Soundcloud. The greatest thing was that one of the original producers of the track, Borgeous, even put a comment on the track on Soundcloud saying: “Sounds good brother!! Great job!”
6. Plans for the future? Upcoming projects?
There are some collaborations with interesting artists planned for the future! Next to that I’m very busy with my own projects (House, Trap, New Orchestral intro’s and even Moombahton), some of them are to be exclusively heard in the Guest Mix .