With just over 350 shows in the first few years of his DJ career and an ample dose of studio output from his high-energy house world, Bram Fidder remains an Amsterdam resident, yet is dotting the artist map at a very fast pace. With a mammoth 2016 just passed including an enviable summer across Europe and debut single on Cr2- ‘Get Out’ - there is no doubt the incoming time for Fidder will be large in its entirety. Well versed on tour, Bram has savored an abundant calendar, debuting in Ibiza at the renowned Amnesia terrace while also hitting up Electric Brixton and Manchester’s Warehouse project. Never shy of stylistic show execution, he also ignited Awakenings, Mysteryland, the inaugural Sonar in Barcelona, Pigalle Rouge in Paris as well as a five-date tour in Asia. From the clubs to the festival stages, Bram Fidder holds high-energy house music in all its glory, breaking the mold and keeping music icons in anticipation, like Hannah Wants who noted his exquisite delivery behind the booth and forecast him as her 2017 one to watch. Across DJ Mag, Clublife Holland and Mixmag UK Bram Fidder has secured a kindled profile in the industry keeping his ears to the dance floor with a fresh arrangement of music in his playlists and monthly podcast #OnAir. Having a significant connection with house music enthusiasts and high-energy trailblazers across the world, the studio plays an incredible role in the world of Bram, radiating a signature sound while diversifying electronic music as it stands. Carl Cox in full support of his music observed the crisp and concise delivery of ‘Modular Crash’ while giving it a good run in the club. Kicking off with shows around the UK and Amsterdam, 2017 is well and truly on its way. After devouring a full throttle time in the studio, Bram is ready to showcase his latest music to the world, and this year looks set to be his most promising yet.