He was praised by the Berlin underground scene, which never had they opportunity to go to a underground poolparty cause it always was mainstream music at these parties. When he started with using live jazz flute played by himself during his sets he responded some critics from DJ-Mag with a long article about DJs that constantly changing the scene to a point it had no meaning at all, just to get attention. On this point Die Rooie went through a troubled time in his before so easy life. After he had lay low a while he started mixing new sounds and old classics out of a hobby. The last few years he is an underground socialite in small towns around the boarder between the Netherlands and Germany and is the engine behind marketing machine Dave Roelvink. He has his own resident night at club Disco Dolly every month and again made name for his self with Gas op die Dolly. You can download his app if you search for Die Rooie in the appstore and yes he was the first DJ with his own application in the Appstore. If you might run up to him this Dance Event please don’t look him right in his eyes.