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Koper & Tin started his career in the early nineties and never had been to a house party or what so ever. After a concert of Lenny Kravitz in Rotterdam, he decided, together with some good friends, to experience dance music in a club the first time. That night was one of the most incredible nights he ever had and was sold to the beats and bleeps. After a year, visiting lots of partys, he wanted to know how the dj's fluently mixed these tracks and participated a dj course of 4 days. He was sold again and bought two imitation Technics Turntables and a mixer. At that time, his network already was growing and after a year practising, he had to perform in a lounge room of a house party the first time. That evening people came to him, and told him to move to the main stage to play the tables. In the mid nineties Koper & Tin played in whole of Holland, at that time under the name Bronski. Also he played on parties in France and Germany.

In 2002 he knew that producing music was a welcome change in his career, never realising how hard it is to make a good dance track. In 2009 it all came together, with a remix he made of Michael Jackson's Billie Jean. The track was picked up and played by many international dj's. This motivated Koper & Tin to invest in producing dance music and you can see here what he has been up to lately. The music productions from Koper & Tin vary from lounge music, to tech house tracks. All music has its time and place to be played. His tracks are released on different labels like: Southern Comfort, Triplfire Music and Push it records.

Koper & Tin   Maarten Koper & Tin, Netherlands

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