Cousins, but also musical partners in crime, Timo Romme and Yordi Corsten are Groovenatics. Since their discovery by Ericke E, Groovenatics have not only established themselves as Sneakerz Muzik regulars, but have also proven to be a talented producer duo. Together they’re constantly searching for new sounds with one objective: to create and play authentic Dance music.
They may be young, but Groovenatics have already performed at some of the world’s leading Dance festivals including Dance Valley and Creamfields. You can also find them behind the decks at leading Dutch parties such as Sneakerz, Addicted and Housequake. And with remixes for the likes of Todd Terry, Baggi Begovic, Belocca & Soneec, Ron Carroll, and Harrison Crump under their belt, Groovenatics prove they can hold their own in the world of Dance. These productions have been released on major labels such as Stealth Records, Leaders Of The New School (Toolroom), 1Trax (MN2S), Ultra, Vendetta Records, Rise and Spinnin Records.
Tracks ‘Can’t Get Enough’ with Quintino and ‘The Music’, a collaboration with Baggi Begovic, have helped to establish the Groovenatics sound in recent years. These productions have been picked up internationally and are strongly supported by House heavyweights including David Guetta, Axwell and Erick Morillo. In 2009 Groovenatics remix works were equally well-received, remixes for Leventina’s ‘Nightshift’ (Nikola & Groovenatics Remix) and Anthony’s ‘Why Can’t We See’ (Groovenatics Remix) both made it into the Beatport charts. In the same year, Groovenatics compiled and mixed CD1 of the Sneakerz Winter Edition trilogy.
2010 sees an abundance of new Groovenatics material and several promising collaborations with artists like Quintino, Shermanology, Baggi Begovic and MC Yanto. Check out their remixes of Tom Jones – ‘Throw Back’ (Baggie Begovic & Groovenatics Remix) as well as Chris Kaeser’s ‘Back To The Rhythm’ (Groovenatics Remix). Groovenatics also continue to play at major events throughout the country, including their residencies at Housequake, Sneakerz Muzik and Kapsones (Club Vie).
You could say the Groovenatics story started back in 2007 with the release of ‘Lose Control’ on Dutch record label Sneakerz Muzik. Things certainly took off after that: They joined international booking agency 1Management, home to artists like Fedde le Grand, Funkerman, and Baggi Begovic. Then came the release of “Bust A Move” in 2008, which fast became a well played record with many DJs. Their equally appealing summer track ”Joy” featuring Mitch Crown, followed and made its way onto several CD compilations and put the Groovenatics name on everyone’s lips.
With their strong productions and uplifting sets Groovenatics prove they have the whole package. They’re ready to go all the way, so expect even bigger things from these guys in the very near future!