Our second artist was one of the first Dutch techno musicians during the early nineties and one of the main producers to give birth to the Eindhoven techno sound. Since then Erwin van Moll has built an extensive discography containing a wide variety of styles such as deep house & disco, break beats, ambient music and down tempo.
He has released records on labels such as Mo’ Wax, Djax, Evolution/Universal Language and Eskimo Recordings, did remixes for David Holmes, Kirk Degiorgio, Steve Poindexter and Gerd. His 1995 album Love & Mathematics has earned him a place in the acclaimed Penguin book The Rough Guide To Techno.
Declared fan of top producers like Trevor Horn, Yello and François Kevorkian, the work of the Dutch is distinguished for his fluent and open minded style.