D-Block & S-te-Fan

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D-Block & S-te-Fan (Diederik Bakker and Stefan den Daas) are two hardstyle,[1] electro house and progressive house DJs/producers from The Netherlands.

History

Bakker and den Daas met in 2004. Bakker grew up with his father producing electronic music, which allowed him to learn musical skills at an early age; Daas' experience was with happy hardcore. They began performing and recording together, and had their first release as D-Block & S-te-Fan in 2005. The pair had a string of releases on various labels before signing for Scantraxx and launching their own sub label, Scantraxx Evolutionz, on which they continue to release as of 2014.

Over their career, D-Block & S-te-Fan have performed at large hardstyle and dance events, including, Thrillogy, Qlimax, Mysteryland, Decibel and in 2011 hosted their own X-Qlusive. They also did a remix of the Headhunterz & Wildstylez track "Blame it on the Music," which was featured on Headhunterz' 2010 Studio Sessions album.

In 2010 D-Block & S-te-Fan were ranked at #73 on the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ's as their entry year. Then in 2011 D-Block & S-te-Fan climbed 33 rankings and got ranked at #40 on the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ's. Another year later in 2012 D-Block & S-te-Fan fell down 24 rankings and got ranked at #64 on the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ's. Most recently in 2013 D-Block & S-te-Fan fell down 8 more rankings and got ranked at #72 on the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ's.

In 2015 D-Block & S-te-Fan had released three singles with their house productions dubbed DBSTF. Blasterjaxx had collaborated with them to release a track called Beautiful World on January 5, 2015 with vocals from British Vocalist Ryder on Hardwell's Label Revealed Recordings. They released another Track on Doorn Records called Do Your Thing on April 6, 2015. They released a new track under Mainstage Music with Hilversum Progressive House Duo Sick Individuals titled Waiting for you on August 3, 2015

Discography

(white labels are not listed)

Year Title
2005 Fresh New Beat
  • Release: November 23
  • Label: Danamite
  • Formats: 12″
2006 Dana Album Sampler
  • Release: March
  • Label: Danamite
  • Formats: 12″
2006 Keep It Coming / Our Way
  • Release: November 13
  • Label: Next Chapter
  • Formats: 12″
2007 Guilty
  • Release: 23 May
  • Label: Next Chapter
  • Formats: 12″
2008 Evolutionz / Part Of The Hard
2008 Ride With Uz / Stronger
2008 Kingdom / Total Eclipz
2009 Creation Of Life
  • Featuring Coone
  • Release: 21 Jan
  • Label: Zoo Records
  • Formats: 12″
2009 Music Made Addict / Shallow Planet
2009 Rock Diz / In Other Wordz
2009 Music Made Addictz
  • Release: 25 September
  • Label: Cloud 9 Dance
  • Formats: CD
2009 Music Made Addictz - Album Sampler 001
2009 Music Made Addictz - Album Sampler 002
2009 The Nature Of Our Mind (Qlimax Anthem 2009)
2009 Music Made Addictz - Album Sampler 003
2009 Qlimax - The Nature Of Our Mind
  • Mix CD by D-Block & S-te-Fan
  • Release: 27 November
  • Label: Dance Tunes BV
  • Formats: CD
2009 Music Made Addictz - Album Sampler 004
2010 Together / Alone
2010 A Decade of Dedication
2010 Anger / Revelation
2011 RMX EP. Part 1
2011 Rockin' Ur Mind (Album)
  • Release: 29 January
  • Label: Scantraxx
  • Formats: Digital, CD
2011 Loopmachine
2011 Speed Of Sound (As Isaac vs. D-Block & S-te-Fan)
  • Release: 1 March
  • Label: X-Rate Records
  • Formats: Digital
2011 Rockin' Ur Mind
2011 RMX EP. Part 2
2011 Madhouse
2011 The Magical Mystery
  • Release: 6 June
  • Label: Scantraxx Evolutionz
  • Formats: Digital
  • Note: Official Intents Festival Anthem 2011
2011 Underground Tacticz
2011 In The Air
  • Featuring Isaac
  • Release: 29 August
  • Label: X-Rate Records
  • Formats: Digital
2011 Show Me The Way
2011 Alone (2011 Refixx)
2011 The Dream Goes On
  • Featuring Deepack
  • Release: 10 November
  • Label: Hardcopy Records
  • Formats: Digital
2012 Take Me There / Our Music
2012 Young Ones (D-Block & S-te-Fan Remix)
2012 Rebel
2013 Twisted Mind Fantasy
2013 X Gonna Give It To Ya
2013 Save Our Dreams
  • Featuring The Pitcher & DV8 Rocks!
  • Release: 13 May
  • Label: Fusion Records
  • Formats: Digital
2013 From The Hard E.P.
2015 Beautiful World
  • Release: 5 January (as DBSTF)
  • Labels: Revealed Recordings
  • Formats: Digital
  • Note: with Blasterjaxx featuring Ryder
2015 Do Your Thing
  • Release: 6 April (as DBSTF)
  • Labels: Doorn Records
  • Formats: Digital
2015 Higher / Drop It Down
  • Release: 2 November
  • Label: Scantraxx Evolutionz
  • Formats: Digital
2016 Parnassia
  • Featuring Blasterjaxx
  • Release: 18 January (as DBSTF)
  • Label: Maxximize Records
  • Formats: Digital
2016 Into The Light
2016 AFREAKA
2016 Gold
2016 Hit Me
  • Release: 1 August (as DBSTF)
  • Label: Maxximize Records
  • Formats: Digital
  • note: With Blasterjaxx featuring Go Comet!
2016 Everything Changed (Official WiSH Outdoor 2016 Devoted Mix)
  • Release: 17 August (as DBSTF)
  • Label: Armada Zouk
  • Format: Digital
2016 Everything Changed (Official WiSH Outdoor 2016 Dedicated Anthem)
2016 Temple
2017 Noise
  • Release: 16 January (as DBSTF)
  • Label: Maxximize Records
  • Format: Digital
  • note: With Dannic
2017 Angels & Demons
  • Release: 26 June
  • Label: Scantraxx
  • Format: Digital
2017 Eye of the Storm (Defqon.1 Australia Anthem 2017)
  • Release: 14 July
  • Label: Q-Dance
  • Format: Digital
2017 Antidote
  • Release: 7 August
  • Label: Scantraxx
  • Format: Digital
2017 By Myself

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