Silque is a new duo in the house scene hailing from The Netherlands. After working for years in the music industry Frenk de Vries and Edwin de Bruijn decided to join forces. It was time for them to take the experience and knowledge they’ve got and put the matter into their own hands. At the end the fortune favors the bold.
The affinity and passion the duo has with the club scene was another reason the guys couldn’t resist to work together. They couldn’t wait to get a new sound into the club scene of today. They wanted to put the raw tech house vibe fully back into the scene. Where nasty noises, melodies, techhouse driven basses and hi-hats are ruling the dance floors.
Their vision worked out as the first EP release “Serenity’’ on SHOMI in 2017 had support by major acts like: Mark Knight, Nic Fanciulli, Agoria, Roger Sanchez and Annie Mac. If that wasn’t enough Danny Howard supported the guys on BBC Radio 1 and SiriusXM several times. The success of the first release wasn’t unnoticed as the legendary Toolroom Records signed their second release ‘Back To Back’. Also this release had major support by names like: Pete Tong, Danny Howard, Richie Hawtin, Chocolate Puma and Riva Starr.
After a successful first year the two had the opportunity to release their track ‘Fête’ on the freshly new label of Martin Garrix: STMPD RCRDS. Also this track was premiered by Danny Howard and is making strong progress every day since.
With support like these on every release, the guys of Silque are slowly making a footprint in the scene they want to conquer.
– Upcoming tech-house duo with releases on Toolroom and STMPD
– Based in Tilburg, Netherlands
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