Early 90s Jeroen got into contact with the upcoming house music and got into it from that moment on. Meeting DJ Misjah in 1993 was his first opportunity to translate his thoughts into music and their cooperation resulted in some of the first X-Trax records releases. At that time his alias was DJ Groovehead. In 1996 the record label "Search" was founded. The Search imprint was a vessel to express his artistic point of view. Strongly influenced by the likes of Robert Hood and the Detroit sound he developed his own unique recognizable sound, which is best to be described as minimal techno. Recording tracks in one take, doing all the edits live while recording is not the most usual way of recording nowadays but doing it for as long as he produces music, Jeroen got quite skilled in it. He uses a lot of hardware in the studio, creating the tracks without a computer is also not common nowadays. Always trying to get the maximum out of a minimum setup of equipment means pushing yourself to be creative, and to never give up. His releases appear on several other labels. Jeroen has produced tracks for labels such as : Mission6277/Axis, Grammar, LL-records, Molecular Recordings, Central Special Projects, Ion, Audiosculpture, Cache and Underground Liberation, Outland records and Smallville records. Future releases are planned for Pohjola and Figure SPC. Meeting Dimi Angélis back in 2003 a new partnership was born which eventually led the techno act “counterpart”, with their release on Jeff Mills’ Mission6277/Axis in 2006. Due to that release they decided that it had become time to start to perform as a live act. They put together a dynamic and energetic live set with lots of hardware on stage. Getting gigs at festivals and clubs gives them the opportunity to move forward in today’s techno scene without forgetting about the past..