A new season start soon

A new season of InDepth start really soon !
InDepth will evolve and will become a real platform about belgian electronic music. 

Convinced that electronic music and nightlife makes an important part of the living culture of a country, we have nurtured since the beginning the ambition to make InDepth a representation of Belgian Electronic Music by providing a online and fm platform of expression to Belgian artists, dj’s and producer without being too elitist or too commercial.

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Focusing on a variety of musical subcultures, InDepth aims to provide his readers with a unique and inspiring experience. InDepth will offer exclusive podcasts, features, reviews and interviews of artists from the most influential belgian labels and clubs.

New season, new artists, …  Axel Haube will open the season !


Axel Haube’s first introduction to the turning tables happened in 2008. At the age of 16, his career as a DJ took off when he got his first gigs playing at Café d’Anvers’ main room and at Noxx’s ‘underground room’ Salle Noire, where he was invited by Tofke to spin numerous sets of tech-house and techno.

After that, his bookings grew and he went on to host the balcony area in Café d’Anvers, while frequently playing in the main room for Labyrinth Productions. 
His keen ear and natural skills even took Axel to London where he played at Café 1001 and Ministry of Sound along with Paul Woolford & Midland.
Many others followed, sharing decks with leading artists such as Joris Voorn, Kölsch, Adam Beyer, Ida Engberg, Paul Ritch, Christian Smith,…

The next few years saw a release of several original tracks on both Sustain Release & Italica records. After putting the producing aside for a few years, Axel is currently working on various new tracks.

Axel Haube’s energetic tech-house and techno sets are praised at festivals such as Extrema Outdoor and Laundry Day, and can be heard in the new Labyrinth Club in Antwerp where his talent earned him a spot as a resident DJ.

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