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His radio appearance influenced his dj-career: he got the opportunity to start playing at his favourite club: the former Boccaccio that was called The Temple at the time. One year later, he left C-dance for the biggest dance radio in flanders: Top Radio.Starting with a weekly dj-set, Neon soon got his own daily spot on national radio hosting his own radio show called “The Nightclub”. This show is still on air everyday from 8am giving you an “update” on the hottest new music.When house music was born, Philip knew this was the music he loved! Tam Tam, Forest, Baccardi’s, Outline, Illusion, Revolution (Nijmegen NL), Renania (DE), Carat, Shaft & La Rocca where he still plays the decks every week! And bands like Milk Inc, Kate Ryan, Jessy and Astroline to name but a few.His career as a producer started at the age of 18 and his first release “Too Deep” sold over 20.000 copies in the Be Ne Lux area. Philip was also one of the leading men behind the Gemini II project, and was the man who got Zippora here first international hit. From South Africa to Colombia, Spain, Italy, Germany, etc.Kucho, Papaya quickly became one of the leading parties at La Rocca.Meanwhile the dynamic duo spinned the decks at many other belgian clubs (Fuse, Outline, Escape, …) and festivals.In 1995, at the age of 10, he started buying vinyl.

Then it grew bigger and bigger from clubs like Risco, Nut’s, Tomorrow, Karrewiel, etc. And making remixes for fellow producers Eric M (Depeche Mode’s Personal Jesus), Pole Folder, Oliver Moldan, Tiësto, Vincent the Moor, Quicksilver, etc.

In December 2006 Philip started his own record label Faith Music with releases from Pole Folder, Oliver Moldan, Art-B, Miquell Santos, Mastino, Dava Di Toma, etc.

And featuring remixes from Jim Rivers, Glenn Morrison, Guy J, Oliver Moldan, etc.

While Benjamin dropped out during the summer of 2004, Joeri obtained his Sunday residency at La Rocca, playing together with friend and deejay icon Marko.

His sets became more progressive and were enthusiastically received in national (Real, The Zoo, Pulse Factory, Café d’ Anvers, …) and international clubs (Folies Pigalle, Rex, Bar Du Port, Vip-Room, Ocean Club, Dreamers, …) as well as during outdoor festivals such as Solar, Bloomingdale, Dance Parade, Sonar, Tomorrowland and City Parade.

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