Young Bram Faber aka Brabe is a young classically trained musician turned producer (born 1980) from the Netherlands.
Brabe first came to prominence when he was 17 with the release of his track ‘Keep On’ on the Bootlickers EP (the other 3 tracks on the EP were a collaboration with René van Munster as The Bootlickers) on Down South Records. His music is an interesting mix of fidget & minimal house that has heavy influences from the sounds of Switch, Herve and co.
His follow up track 'Sleazy Crunky Style' was well received in “blogland”and his remix of Thieves Like Us' 'Drugs In My Body' was a big favourite amongst “fidget-house” DJ’s.
The recognition Brabe received through the music blog sites saw him land a deal with Brickhouse Records. Brabe’s first EP featured the tracks 'Schokolade', 'Hold You Here' (which features on Ministry of Sound mashed 4) and a remix from Oliver $.