Strongly influenced by the UK sound during the nineties, Quincy Steveninck started to make a reputation for himself in 1996 being one of the first DJ’s and event promoters to introduce progressive house music in the Belgian club scene. A few years later this resulted in a residency for the famous Extreme in Affligem where artists like John Digweed, Danny Howells and Jimmy Van M played for the very first time on Belgian territory. Unfortunately Extreme closed in 2001. Shortly after the closing Quincy continued his progressive house vibe with the Rebuilding Mondays nights at the legendary old Boccaccio in Destelbergen.
During many years Quincy kept working on his reputation as an innovative house promoter with several concepts, inviting breakthrough artists of the time such as Jessy Rose, Aril Brikha and Jamie Anderson to name a few. In 2008 Quincy and Nik Vandenberghe (Charlatan) teamed up for a new concept, Age of Love. After more than 6 years, this remained one of Belgium’s leading party concepts hosted at Charlatan and the beautiful Vooruit venue in Ghent.
Vinyl only DJ Quincy has played lots of events and legendary clubs such as 10DaysOff, Laundry Day, Feest In Het Park, Kozzmozz, Beats Of Love, Paradise, Café D’anvers, Fuse, La Rocca, Noxx, … and also abroad in Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Croatia and Ibiza.
With Soul Phonic (former duo studio project with Benny Quinart) several releases including ‘Dirty Plague EP’, ‘Not So Casual’ and ‘Alpha Mode EP’ were released on Punk’id Records. Other releases appeared on labels like Coincidence Records and Silver Screen. Quincy was responsible for the A&R on Punk’id Records until 2010. That same year Quincy Steveninck quit Soul Phonic and Punk’id Records to focus on his solo career as a DJ, producer and event promoter.
Currently Quincy has finally found the time to return to the studio, working on new sounds and productions. The first couple of releases are set for 2014 on labels such as Bonzai Progressive and Nightfalls Recordings.