REK is a diverse Brazilian DJ/Producer duo, spawned from a visit to the iconic white isle of Ibiza and a love for authentic house and techno prowess. Following an unforgettable experience in Space’s club room in 2011, REK (Rodrigo & Kerol) found themselves entranced in electronic dance music and it soon became clear that this was a path they wanted to follow.
Influenced by the likes of Luciano, Carl Cox, Masters at Work, Roger Sanchez, Simon Dunmore, Pete Tong and many more of the business’ long-standing major players; REK pride themselves on their advocation of uplifting and energetic house music. Pulling influence from disco, techno and other pivotal genres in dance music history, the duo flawlessly delivers feel-good energy and a persona to their performances that engages you on a level that cannot be ignored.
Having already supported the likes of Marshall Jefferson, David Morales, Cassy, Sonny Fodera, Mat.Joe and many more, REK had the privilege of gracing some of the best club spaces in the UK and further afield. With shows at Ministry of Sound, Egg London, Pikes, Es Paradis, Ibiza Rocks, Pacha, Brighton Music Conference, IMS Malta and more, the duo are steadily becoming a frequent feature on the European dance music scene, and with good reason.
REK are much more than your conventional music duo. They aim to connect with brands for change in the industry, supporting both ethical and positive opportunistic change in the way things are done in the music world. Be it environmental or economic concerns, to offering aspiring musicians a platform to be heard and showcase their talents, REK are fully committed to living and breathe dance music, whilst having as big of an impact on clubland as possible.
It’s fair to say that there are few names in dance music with intentions as big as that of REK, and the duo is a breath of fresh air for the industry. With production hours clocking up, club shows going from strength to strength and involvement in key projects that will change the face of the industry forever, REK is slowly becoming a household name, one that you will be hearing for a long time to come.