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October is here along with a new DJ ... Trev of Odd Box fame

Artist Info

Quintino

QuintinoPowered by Audioscrobbler™Quinten van den Berg (born September 21, 1985), better known by his stage name Quintino, is a Dutch DJ and record producer. His music is mostly electro house. His most popular songs include his remix of "Rap das Armas', 'Selecta', 'Go Hard' and 'Fatality'. In 2014 he was named No. 86 in the Top 100 DJs list put out by the DJ Magazine.

Music career

Quintino explored a wide variety of artists and music, before he got behind the turntables. Once he finished school, he realized that the DJ profession is his greatest passion and started doing gigs at various locations. When he was 18, Quintino was discovered by Dutch DJ Laidback Luke, who decided to accompany the emerging artist.

Quintino also works as a producer. His breakthrough followed in 2011 with his remix of stairs hit "Rap Das Armas", his first number one in the Netherlands, and the release of Epic, which scored platinum and nearly 18 million views on YouTube counts. That same year Quintino and his good friend Afrojack produced club hits like 'Selecta'.

In 2013 the Dutchman worked together with DJs Tiësto and Alvaro to produce the anthem of Ultra Music Festival. In August, he launched his radio show on Radio SupersoniQ international station SiriusXM's Electric Area.

In 2014, Quintino produced tracks like 'Go Hard', "Slammer", "Fatality", "Genesis" and a remix of R3hab & Trevor Guthrie's hit "Soundwave". In 2014 Quintino performed on larger stages, growing from a support act to a headliner. He made his debut in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs in 2014, at the 86th position. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Artist biography from last.fm




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