Dutch Producer and DJ Quentyn has been steadily building a name for himself since he started creating music and producing electronic music back in the day. Starting his worldwide career as part of DJ-duo Volt & State in 2012, Dutch producer and artist Quirijn Smits, has been releasing music since 2008 and is known for creating progressive house hits like ‘Sandcastles’ and ‘Warriors’. After Volt & State announced their parting in 2016, the young talent decided to move forward as solo producer and released his first track ‘Moving On’ feat. Robin Vane in June of this year.


Working mostly from his own studio in the Netherlands, the Dutch producer Quentyn is eager to develop and discover his own sound. One that perhaps isn’t easily to pin down, but surely is able to move fans around the globe. Being one half of the massive progressive DJ-duo Volt & State in the past, touring the globe and releasing tracks on several labels, the solo producer now wants to focus on music from within, creating tracks without concessions in his new musical journey.


Quentyn is rapidly building his solo project with continuous support from the likes of Hardwell, Don Diablo and Nicky Romero amongst others. Receiving playlist support from Spotify and Martin Garrix from the start, Quentyns’ productions have proven to leave no one unaffected. The Dutch producer has previously released on labels like Protocol Recordings, Armada Music, Spinnin’ Records and Revealed and is now building a catalogue on his own label Enroute Records. With many more releases set on the horizon, Quentyn is evolving as musician, producer and artist. And although his progressive house roots will always remain a starting point, the young talent aims to explore more indie and electro sounds in the future: ‘I’m moving on to experiment with all sorts of different music genres, whilst staying true to the melody’.