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Dutch producer/DJ Phynn, in real life known as Finne Jager, was born on the 6th of December 1984 in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands. His passion for music already started at a young age, as he learned to play several instruments back in his early years; an experience he still profits from in his current productions.
Phynn’s participation in a remix contest in 2002 paved the path for an ever growing list of superb releases. He presented himself to the world in 2004 with his fantastic debut release “Escape” – a collaboration with Fictivision - on the mighty In Trance We Trust imprint, a label owned ... Lire la suite

Dutch producer/DJ Phynn, in real life known as Finne Jager, was born on the 6th of December 1984 in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands. His passion for music already started at a young age, as he learned to play several instruments back in his early years; an experience he still profits from in his current productions.
Phynn’s participation in a remix contest in 2002 paved the path for an ever growing list of superb releases. He presented himself to the world in 2004 with his fantastic debut release “Escape” – a collaboration with Fictivision - on the mighty In Trance We Trust imprint, a label owned by Tiësto’s record company Black Hole Recordings. The follow up “Exotica”, a nine-minute euphoric epic, marked Phynn’s first true single release for In Trance We Trust. Phynn was embraced by Black Hole Recordings and got exclusively signed to the roster.
After the release of Escape and Exotica, Phynn demonstrated he’s absolutely capable of producing massive big room anthems. His production “Lucid” (2005) was heavily hammered by the likes of Tiësto during his In Concert events. Lucid found its way onto the In Concert DVD registration and was signed to tons of compilations worldwide. It became a record that hardly left any DJ case in 2005 and after official release, fans and criticasters experienced the absolute majesty of this production. “Close Encounter” and its B-side track, the orchestral “Tempest”, showcased once again Phynn’s musical background and capability of playing many instruments. The use of larger-than-life epic melodies and riffs turned into a true Phynn trademark.
His high caliber releases as well as his remix for Tiësto’s “Adagio For Strings” resulted in firm recognition from fans all over the globe. Phynn and his productions could now count on the support of the world’s leading DJ’s such as Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Paul van Dyk, Judge Jules and his label boss Tiësto. UK’s Mixmag magazine even labeled Phynn as “Future Hero”, which immediately placed him in the spotlight of the entire dance industry. The Future Hero stigma got completely fulfilled when Phynn obtained a Main Stage spot at the world’s most prestigious trance party ‘Trance Energy’ in 2007. The twenty-five thousand people in the crowd loved his show so much that ID&T didn’t hesitate to do another show the next year, making him one of the few DJ’s who have performed at Trance Energy twice in a row.
Phynn became one of the happy few who had the honor to compile and mix one of the In Trance We Trust compilations, proving Phynn’s not only a skilled knob tweaker in the studio but a flawless DJ as well. His ability to put two records seamlessly together didn’t go by unnoticed. Phynn featured on high profile events and festivals such as Godskitchen’s Sundance Festival, ID&T’s Tomorrowland festival and Trance Energy event, the Magik Muzik Night in Amsterdam, Revolution in Poland and the Inside Out event in Scotland. In his young career, Phynn had the chance to perform for thousands of clubbers worldwide alongside established DJ’s like Tiësto, Paul Oakenfold, Deep Dish, Ferry Corsten, Mauro Picotto and Johan Gielen.
In the years that followed, Phynn proceeded with releasing high end productions which saw a slight change genre-wise. His 2007 release “C U Smile” and 2008 gem “Starfire At Night”, featuring the stunning lyrics by singer/songwriter Alexander Perls, were given a more electro approach compared to all of its predecessors. Exception to the rule is the single “This Is The Time”, a throbbing power driven track with a little pinch of acid.
In November 2008, Phynn saw the birth of his first solo album “Metamorphosis” on the 8th of November. This album immediately topped many major dance music charts worldwide, and was licensed for releases in Europe, Asia and the Americas. On ‘Metamorphosis’, not limited to any musical boundaries or pigeonholes, Phynn shows the evolution of his productions over the years during a twelve track epic journey. Whether it’s the uplifting euphoria of “Lucid”, the electro influences on the opening track “Sunset City” and “C U Smile”, the Balearic “Musa Bella”, the addictive vocal trance of “Try Again” featuring UK vocalist Tiff Lacey or the atmospheric down-tempo track “No More Mistakes”, Metamorphosis became an album of outstanding quality and great diversity. An album hailed by global music lovers as an album filed under the “E” for Essential.
Following his artist album, Phynn did two worldwide album tours to promote his album in Asia, South America and Europe. Meanwhile, Phynn released his new mega-single ‘Spacewalk’ in the summer of 2009. Having received radio support by top DJ’s such as Airbase, Ronald van Gelderen, Joni Ljungqvist, Sied van Riel, Bobina and more, Phynn stunned fans all over the globe again.

Be sure to keep yourselves updated on a regular basis on the following websites:

www.phynn.com | www.myspace.com/phynn | www.twitter.com/phynn | www.blackholerecordings.com

Cette biographie a été fournie par l'artiste ou son représentant.

Dutch producer/DJ Phynn, in real life known as Finne Jager, was born on the 6th of December 1984 in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands. His passion for music already started at a young age, as he learned to play several instruments back in his early years; an experience he still profits from in his current productions.
Phynn’s participation in a remix contest in 2002 paved the path for an ever growing list of superb releases. He presented himself to the world in 2004 with his fantastic debut release “Escape” – a collaboration with Fictivision - on the mighty In Trance We Trust imprint, a label owned by Tiësto’s record company Black Hole Recordings. The follow up “Exotica”, a nine-minute euphoric epic, marked Phynn’s first true single release for In Trance We Trust. Phynn was embraced by Black Hole Recordings and got exclusively signed to the roster.
After the release of Escape and Exotica, Phynn demonstrated he’s absolutely capable of producing massive big room anthems. His production “Lucid” (2005) was heavily hammered by the likes of Tiësto during his In Concert events. Lucid found its way onto the In Concert DVD registration and was signed to tons of compilations worldwide. It became a record that hardly left any DJ case in 2005 and after official release, fans and criticasters experienced the absolute majesty of this production. “Close Encounter” and its B-side track, the orchestral “Tempest”, showcased once again Phynn’s musical background and capability of playing many instruments. The use of larger-than-life epic melodies and riffs turned into a true Phynn trademark.
His high caliber releases as well as his remix for Tiësto’s “Adagio For Strings” resulted in firm recognition from fans all over the globe. Phynn and his productions could now count on the support of the world’s leading DJ’s such as Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Paul van Dyk, Judge Jules and his label boss Tiësto. UK’s Mixmag magazine even labeled Phynn as “Future Hero”, which immediately placed him in the spotlight of the entire dance industry. The Future Hero stigma got completely fulfilled when Phynn obtained a Main Stage spot at the world’s most prestigious trance party ‘Trance Energy’ in 2007. The twenty-five thousand people in the crowd loved his show so much that ID&T didn’t hesitate to do another show the next year, making him one of the few DJ’s who have performed at Trance Energy twice in a row.
Phynn became one of the happy few who had the honor to compile and mix one of the In Trance We Trust compilations, proving Phynn’s not only a skilled knob tweaker in the studio but a flawless DJ as well. His ability to put two records seamlessly together didn’t go by unnoticed. Phynn featured on high profile events and festivals such as Godskitchen’s Sundance Festival, ID&T’s Tomorrowland festival and Trance Energy event, the Magik Muzik Night in Amsterdam, Revolution in Poland and the Inside Out event in Scotland. In his young career, Phynn had the chance to perform for thousands of clubbers worldwide alongside established DJ’s like Tiësto, Paul Oakenfold, Deep Dish, Ferry Corsten, Mauro Picotto and Johan Gielen.
In the years that followed, Phynn proceeded with releasing high end productions which saw a slight change genre-wise. His 2007 release “C U Smile” and 2008 gem “Starfire At Night”, featuring the stunning lyrics by singer/songwriter Alexander Perls, were given a more electro approach compared to all of its predecessors. Exception to the rule is the single “This Is The Time”, a throbbing power driven track with a little pinch of acid.
In November 2008, Phynn saw the birth of his first solo album “Metamorphosis” on the 8th of November. This album immediately topped many major dance music charts worldwide, and was licensed for releases in Europe, Asia and the Americas. On ‘Metamorphosis’, not limited to any musical boundaries or pigeonholes, Phynn shows the evolution of his productions over the years during a twelve track epic journey. Whether it’s the uplifting euphoria of “Lucid”, the electro influences on the opening track “Sunset City” and “C U Smile”, the Balearic “Musa Bella”, the addictive vocal trance of “Try Again” featuring UK vocalist Tiff Lacey or the atmospheric down-tempo track “No More Mistakes”, Metamorphosis became an album of outstanding quality and great diversity. An album hailed by global music lovers as an album filed under the “E” for Essential.
Following his artist album, Phynn did two worldwide album tours to promote his album in Asia, South America and Europe. Meanwhile, Phynn released his new mega-single ‘Spacewalk’ in the summer of 2009. Having received radio support by top DJ’s such as Airbase, Ronald van Gelderen, Joni Ljungqvist, Sied van Riel, Bobina and more, Phynn stunned fans all over the globe again.

Be sure to keep yourselves updated on a regular basis on the following websites:

www.phynn.com | www.myspace.com/phynn | www.twitter.com/phynn | www.blackholerecordings.com

Cette biographie a été fournie par l'artiste ou son représentant.

Dutch producer/DJ Phynn, in real life known as Finne Jager, was born on the 6th of December 1984 in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands. His passion for music already started at a young age, as he learned to play several instruments back in his early years; an experience he still profits from in his current productions.
Phynn’s participation in a remix contest in 2002 paved the path for an ever growing list of superb releases. He presented himself to the world in 2004 with his fantastic debut release “Escape” – a collaboration with Fictivision - on the mighty In Trance We Trust imprint, a label owned by Tiësto’s record company Black Hole Recordings. The follow up “Exotica”, a nine-minute euphoric epic, marked Phynn’s first true single release for In Trance We Trust. Phynn was embraced by Black Hole Recordings and got exclusively signed to the roster.
After the release of Escape and Exotica, Phynn demonstrated he’s absolutely capable of producing massive big room anthems. His production “Lucid” (2005) was heavily hammered by the likes of Tiësto during his In Concert events. Lucid found its way onto the In Concert DVD registration and was signed to tons of compilations worldwide. It became a record that hardly left any DJ case in 2005 and after official release, fans and criticasters experienced the absolute majesty of this production. “Close Encounter” and its B-side track, the orchestral “Tempest”, showcased once again Phynn’s musical background and capability of playing many instruments. The use of larger-than-life epic melodies and riffs turned into a true Phynn trademark.
His high caliber releases as well as his remix for Tiësto’s “Adagio For Strings” resulted in firm recognition from fans all over the globe. Phynn and his productions could now count on the support of the world’s leading DJ’s such as Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Paul van Dyk, Judge Jules and his label boss Tiësto. UK’s Mixmag magazine even labeled Phynn as “Future Hero”, which immediately placed him in the spotlight of the entire dance industry. The Future Hero stigma got completely fulfilled when Phynn obtained a Main Stage spot at the world’s most prestigious trance party ‘Trance Energy’ in 2007. The twenty-five thousand people in the crowd loved his show so much that ID&T didn’t hesitate to do another show the next year, making him one of the few DJ’s who have performed at Trance Energy twice in a row.
Phynn became one of the happy few who had the honor to compile and mix one of the In Trance We Trust compilations, proving Phynn’s not only a skilled knob tweaker in the studio but a flawless DJ as well. His ability to put two records seamlessly together didn’t go by unnoticed. Phynn featured on high profile events and festivals such as Godskitchen’s Sundance Festival, ID&T’s Tomorrowland festival and Trance Energy event, the Magik Muzik Night in Amsterdam, Revolution in Poland and the Inside Out event in Scotland. In his young career, Phynn had the chance to perform for thousands of clubbers worldwide alongside established DJ’s like Tiësto, Paul Oakenfold, Deep Dish, Ferry Corsten, Mauro Picotto and Johan Gielen.
In the years that followed, Phynn proceeded with releasing high end productions which saw a slight change genre-wise. His 2007 release “C U Smile” and 2008 gem “Starfire At Night”, featuring the stunning lyrics by singer/songwriter Alexander Perls, were given a more electro approach compared to all of its predecessors. Exception to the rule is the single “This Is The Time”, a throbbing power driven track with a little pinch of acid.
In November 2008, Phynn saw the birth of his first solo album “Metamorphosis” on the 8th of November. This album immediately topped many major dance music charts worldwide, and was licensed for releases in Europe, Asia and the Americas. On ‘Metamorphosis’, not limited to any musical boundaries or pigeonholes, Phynn shows the evolution of his productions over the years during a twelve track epic journey. Whether it’s the uplifting euphoria of “Lucid”, the electro influences on the opening track “Sunset City” and “C U Smile”, the Balearic “Musa Bella”, the addictive vocal trance of “Try Again” featuring UK vocalist Tiff Lacey or the atmospheric down-tempo track “No More Mistakes”, Metamorphosis became an album of outstanding quality and great diversity. An album hailed by global music lovers as an album filed under the “E” for Essential.
Following his artist album, Phynn did two worldwide album tours to promote his album in Asia, South America and Europe. Meanwhile, Phynn released his new mega-single ‘Spacewalk’ in the summer of 2009. Having received radio support by top DJ’s such as Airbase, Ronald van Gelderen, Joni Ljungqvist, Sied van Riel, Bobina and more, Phynn stunned fans all over the globe again.

Be sure to keep yourselves updated on a regular basis on the following websites:

www.phynn.com | www.myspace.com/phynn | www.twitter.com/phynn | www.blackholerecordings.com

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