From deep atmospheric soundtrack acid to sharp minimalist industrial techno and dark industrial electro-funk, Rude 66 has done it with a dystopian edge of new wave-futurism. Via noise and EBM in the 80's Rude 66 landed on Bunker Records in 1993, where with Unit Moebius and Beverly Hills 808303 he helped define the acid sound of The Hague: lo-fi acid from the sewer. Broadening the spectrum with releases on Djax-up-beats, Silver recordings and an evil drum & bass ep on Chicago's Kultbox records, in 1997 Rude 66...
Broadening the spectrum with releases on Djax-up-beats, Silver recordings and an evil drum & bass ep on Chicago's Kultbox records, in 1997 Rude 66, bored with corporate techno and empty distorted acid, evolved his style to dark electrofunk.
The revived Bunker Records fit the new tracks like a glove, resulting in the now classic Machine des duivels 6-tracker from 2000 and Wraak der wegpiraten from 2002.
2003 brought more live shows, remixes and projects, one of them Powerslaves, the electro Iron Maiden CD. 2004 saw the release of killers from the Powerslaves CD on vinyl, together with the remix of The Riplets' Hey Mickey.
2005 has been a very productive year so far: The Black Sabbath EP on Creme, the Overkill single on Viewlexx, a remix for Germany's Bastards of Love (Rituals on Werocklikecrazy) and finally the Strings of Death EP on Vynalogica. and more live shows, both in Holland and abroad.
Rude 66's acclaimed live shows are intense improvisation workouts, including live vocals based loosely on the studio tracks. Billed 'the king of the dark electro-wave deathrace' by slick promoters, Rude likes his tracks to sound like you're on the red carpet pathway to hell. dancing.