True musician are open to many different styles of music and so is Yare...
His roots are not in electronic music as supposed, he once started his career as producer with a weakness for hip hop. But as soon he was old enough to discover nightlife for himself, he discovered also his love for house. Then he followed his intuition by knowing where his future awaits him.
In 2008 he has released his first ep on Deeptown Music where DJ Le Roi was A&R at this time. In the same year he won a remix-contest organised by Traxsource.com and that gained him remix-assignments from labels like Soulfuric Recordings, Gogo Music, Ultra Records and Papa Records. With lots of meticulousness, dedication and talent he has spent the following five years by perfect his skills, the ones you need in the studio and the ones you need for the dancefloor.
In 2013 Henrik Schwarz, the highly respected dj and producer, has posted Yare’s bootleg of Stevie Wonders “Superstition” on his wall and this post found its way to greats like Andrea Oliva, Dennis Ferrer, MAW and Pan Pot who used the track for their sets. From now on Yares days as a good kept secret were over and his career as a composer of high-quality music was launched.
One year later he founded Breyn together with Le Roi. After some time in which they adjusted their musical visions, they’ve remixed a track produced by Alex Neri and stepped into spotlight. In early 2017 they have released their first ep (Master 1) on Flashmob Records and another remix for Luna City Express on Lapsus Music.
All of this success isn’t generated by hype, it’s the logical consequence of a continuous way up, step by step. It’s Yare’s incessantly effort and his constant endeavour that was the motivation for Basel’s Nordstern-club to offer him a residency. Yare’s success stands on solid ground and who listens to his tracks or dances to one of his sets knows: This man has just taken the first steps on a long and upwards leading career-way.