Emotional techno, dirty bass lines, funky house. A sassy and sexy sound. 'Amare' is a verb, music is my medium to spread the love. Music is my therapy.

    • Tech House
    • Progressive House
    • House
    • Leftfield
    • Deep House
    • Techno
    • Melodic Techno
    • Producer
    • DJ
  • Brussel-Stad


Emotional techno, dirty bass lines, uplifting house.

AMARE's sound is best described as deep, melodic, sensuous, sassy, with an exotic hint, and a joyful touch.

AMARE started producing in 2019 and has so far released on Katermukke, Tanzgemeinschaft, Krafted, XTR Records, Sunexplosion and Wefine - and more to come. Several of her releases reached high in the charts and were supported by among others Guy Gerber, Dirty Doering, Furia, Enrico Sangiuliano.... After releasing her first full EP, Amare was invited to do a guest mix for BBC Radio 1.

Music is her medium to spread love and connect people. ‘Amare’ is a Latin verb, ‘to love’, an active name that describes her striking energy. Her goal is to lift everyone's mood through music, and to make everyone on the dancefloor forget their daily hassles.

AMARE has shared the stage with Joris Voorn, Adriatique, Marek Hemmann, Boris Brechja, Butch, Hosh, Recondite, Claptone, Matador, Laurent Garnier, Oliver Koletzki, Einmusik, Patrice Baumel, Kevin De Vries, ... and the list goes on.

She continues to add to her international roster of global leaders in nightlife venues & festivals including Tomorrowland (BE), Burning Man (US), Sonne Mond Sterne festival (DE), Afrikaburn (ZA), Midsummer Bling (EE), Fuse (BE), Public Works SF (US), TBA Brooklyn (US), El Sótano (CR), Labyrinth Open (HR), Zodiak (BE), Woo Studio (HK), Euriska (IN), Kiwiburn (NZ), The Alchemist (KE), Cirque Magique (BE), Paradise City Festival (BE), MN Roy (MX), One54 Culture (UG), Modular (ZA), Peculiar Gatherings (CY), Cairo Jazz Club (EG), B4 (TZ), Irgendwo (DE), Loftus Hall (DE), 911 (EE), Extrema Outdoor Belgium, and many more.

From a very early age, AMARE learned how powerful music is. Her parents sent her to ballet school as a toddler, and from that day, she has been dancing every day of her life. First to classical music, later to jazz, hiphop and rock ‘n roll. A few years later, she enrolled in music school and learned to play accordeon. As a teenager, she discovered electronic music, and dancing the night away on those deep, underground beats became her therapy and mood-lifter.

After high-school, AMARE choose for an academic career and studied the whole range of human sciences. Meanwhile, she travelled the world and was influenced by different cultures and music genres, what you can hear in her music selection. AMARE knows what people need – which makes her an excellent crowd reader and music selector.

In her aim to bring like-minded people together, AMARE contributed actively to the electronic music scene in her home city, Brussels. She helped organizing several events and festivals (FTRSND (future sound); Brussels Electronic Marathon (BEM), an urban festival whose mission is to promote local artists and collaboration between the different collectives in the city; Cirque Magique).

In 2016, after finishing her PhD, she rewarded herself with DJ equipment, and started to learn how to DJ. With her striking energy, combining different genres effortlessly, and always bringing the right tune for the right moment, she wowed the crowd everywhere she played. Already one year later, she was booked at the biggest festival in the world, Tomorrowland, warming up for Tale of Us, Mind Against, Hunter/game, Kollektiv Turmstrasse, ... Also in 2017, AMARE started her own party concept, AUDACIOUS, where she invites artists who's music she loves. More and more international gigs made it difficult to combine her academic career with performing in the weekend. AMARE decided to take a break from teaching at the university and she now focusses full-time on her music career.

upcoming shows : Bandsintown

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