Dulac,real name Joost van der Meer, was born in Enschede Holland, in 1976. While growing up, he was listening to hiphop music. He got his first turntable (without pitch-control)from his grandma, and bought the other one, second hand. Still listening to the radio, he heard weird kind of music on German radiofrequencies, what was later called 'house' music. At that time, it was 1988, he bought his first houserecord.After this he was hooked!At that point,housemusic became a part of his life. His first payed gig was in 1994 at a local club in Enschede.After that,Dulac got contacts in Germany and soon after that,he performed all over Germany Holland and Norway. After several years playing house music,Dulac was ready for the producing-business.He did some studiotime with a wellknown dj in Holland,learning to use the tools. After a period of studio-sessions,the 'boy-from-the-east' decided that it was time to build his own homestudio,where he produced several house,tribal,tech-house,3 EP's and mega-club-bomba's on labels such as Fatal-music,90Watts,Open Bar,Chega-records and DrumMode. He remixed several artists from allover in the likes of Angel Moraes,BAM from New York,dj Tomer,Mario Calegari,Jaimy (Fatal-music) and Phil T Project feat D'Layna.More artists are interested in the typical 'Dulac-sound' and ask him for remixes. The sound of Dulac can people discribe as house-music with several influences as techhouse,deephouse and techno.But the most important thing in the tracks is the rhythm! Dj's in the likes of Laurent Garnier,Danny Tenaglia,Angel Moraes,Joey Negro,dj Behrouz,Sandy Rivera and the top dj's in Holland are playing Dulac-records.Together with his mate Dutchican Soul aka Niel'c ,he remixed the American top-artist,Noa Tylo's 'Let's do it!' and got into the Billboard 100 as the highest intrance! As the sound of house is changin',Dulac also changes his style all the time.His EP called Changin directions (90 Watts records)is a beautyfull,deep-moody-tech-house record. More tracks are waiting for release,with a typical Dulac-flow; dirty,techy,funky,but more important,absolutely exploding on the dancefloor! So look out for this guy!
|Till The Break Of Dawn (Instrumental)||Electronic|
|The Break Of Dawn (Featuring Szen) (Vocal Edit)||Electronic|
|Turning (Featuring Szen) (Radio Edit)||Electronic|
Dulac & Dubois
Electronic and Guitar
Dramatic, Epic, Romantic, and Sentimental
Goodbye and Heartbreak