After Recordings featuring Rank 1 – Episode 35
Rank 1 is the Dutch DJ duo Benno de Goeija and Piet Bervoets. The historical backdrop of the gathering started in 1996, when the artists met just because at a shared companion’s birthday celebration. After numerous discussions about music, they chose to cooperate. Around the same time they released their first tune, which didn’t leave the Top 10 sets of numerous DJs.
In 1998, after numerous triumphs, however utilizing various monikers, they chose to change their name to Rank 1 (first place). It was a sort of joke and a fantasy that one day they would figure out how to arrive at the highest point of the letter. Be that as it may, the fantasy worked out when “Airwave” hit the highest point of the hit lists and turned into the anthem of Innercity, the incredible trance music festival.
Very quickly, ID&T turned into the coordinator of famous events like Sensation, Innercity, Thunderdome. Their remix of Cyngus X Superstring turned into the main song of Sensation 2000, one of the biggest trance music events organised by ID&T.
April 2002 is the point at which they released “Symsonic” – another album that outlines their work throughout the years. The cd contains twelve or so of their best numbers, elaborately different, overflowing with dynamic. In thesame time, a DVD was released on which you can discover a record of their live show at Trance Energy 2002. This extraordinary achievement caused a brief break in Rank1, where Benno began his own venture and Piet went on his voyage through the world, regularly playing in Japan. In 2003, the pair got their third gold record for their Awakening recording. In 2003, they indeed made a number that turned into the hit of Sensation.
Right now, Rank 1 has an exceptionally bustling timetable. On ends of the week, Piet goes the world over playing Rank 1 sets. As of now Benno remains in the studio and makes new sounds. At the point when they meet in seven days, they share their ideas for new melodies. In many interviews they are fairly hesitant to go into subtleties. They let the music represent them. What’s more, they state about themselves that they are ordinary folks.