After 10 years hanging around the dirty sticky floors of discothèques, Dutch D.B. Couchmeister (L) and Charly D. Prinz (R) decided to produce music by themselves. A logical thing, since they were already friends for many years. Both living in The Hague (NL) and sharing the same passion for house music. In 2005 one of their first releases immediately hit the charts, as a fueled rocket.
No wonder, the electro house song with vocalist Paul T. got the title “Can I get some (Cocaine)”. A new electronic act was born; Devoice. In that period several releases saw the light of day throughout record label Cloud9 Dance and their own imprint Kompressor. Supported by both techno deejays, as those active in the progressive trance scene. Their music was played out all over Europe and remixed by many other artists.
In 2010 both producers had a strong urge to release a full artist album, which was born in 2011 on One Hill Records. Rise and Fall contains 11 tracks in several electronic genres and was sold by the help of independent records store across The Netherlands and distributed digital by amongst others iTunes and Spotify. Everything under the new name of “Stickr". Now, almost 5 years after their first album release. Alongside some grey hairs, but with a bag of experience, D.B. and Charly are back! The name is the same and the deal is real. The deeper side of tech house and house music is what to expect.
2017 has been a great year for Stickr and Stickrsound. With some nice releases and a great feedback from the crowd in its bag, the dutch label is ready to start the new year.