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Supported by Tiësto, Nicky Romero, Fedde Le Grand, Dada Life, Quintino, Morgan Page, Starkillers and many more..
All raised near the city Gorinchem, Ewout Colijn, Christiaan van Garderen and Gunnar Schotema, all interested in music from a very young age, became three good friends who shared the love for music, decided to team up and form Eyedentity. It was only until late 2010 when the first pieces of dj and studio equipment showed up in their bedrooms. When they first came together in early 2012, none of them would have expected the way it all turned out. It was only a matter of time before the first bootlegs and originals rolled out of the Eyedentity studio.
Their first track, Roar, was released in July 2012. Soon after they released their massive bootleg of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” together with D-Velro, which got supported by Holland’s biggest radio station, Radio 538.
From there, things went fast. Signing at one of the leading Dance Labels, Be Yourself, being supported by Swanky Tunes (Russia) and playing alongside Vato Gonzalez and La Fuente at the largest free festival in Holland, ‘Zomerfeesten Gorinchem’ were the highlights of 2012 for Eyedentity.
They started 2013 with a huge bang. Nicky Romero played their track “Bad Company” in his Protocol Radio and said he is looking forward for more tunes from Eyedentity. They received support from Fedde Le Grand too, who spinned their "Autosave" bootleg during his Australia tour. In addition to that their debut EP on Big & Dirty Recordings is released on the 1st of April, 2013.
With their release 'Choices', they reached the 41st place in the Beatport Progressive House Top 100. The boys were surprised when Tiësto supported 'Say What You Want', also included in their EP, in his Club Life radioshow.
With many other massive tracks waiting to be released, it is clear that Eyedentity is one to look out for.