Born and raised in Scheveningen The Hague, DJ Harry Mulder listened a lot to the illegal radio stations in The Hague. In the 80's, The Hague had a lot of illegal radio stations. One of them was Radio Stad Den Haag, a illegal radio station which played Italo DIsco and High Energy Disco hits from the 80s. Since then he started buying vinyl records and DJ-ing in his homestudio. His favorite club was Sandokan in Scheveningen. This club changed in the beginning of the 90's ín club Exposure, one of the first house clubs. In that time he started his own radio station, Exclusief FM. Up untill now he is spinning his turntables with house music!
Gilbert van Haasen
Gilbert (aka DJ Gilbert aka Gil') started DJing in the beginning of '90 after some very succesful parties at the highly exclusive Dutch Dance Theatre in The Hague with his organisation Angels & Devils. Then he started producing together with his friend Mac Zimms and their productions became noticed by the likes of Carl Cox, John Digweed, Sister Bliss, Ministry of Sound to name a few and they used their tracks for their compilation cd's. With that the bookings came from countries like Canada, Japan, Indonesia and almost every country in Europe. Nowadays Gilbert isn't playing a lot but if you're lucky you can still hear him on classic parties or on Exclusieffm.com.
Serbian born DJ Robert Nowicki started DJing in the 90's. Living in The Hague now, he played at different international clubs, but also in the Groove Club and club Exposure in The Hague. He started his own label Effexor Recordings and produced a lot of his own records, mainly techhouse productions.