Bärk to take the listeners a ritualistic journey, trough a multidisciplinary artistic vision, with a glimpse of possible future. 

His music involves upbeat electronic music on the EBM side, break beats, noisy techno, to blend with experimental ambient-like features. Clashing digitalism with analogue sounds, he is introducing us to the hallucinative as well as the desolate aspects of both cultures. Besides using only existing material, he as well combines them with his b-side production which could be considered as rhythmic combination of noise. 

Starting from underground events with live music production sets during his study years at The Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague Netherlands, he DJ’ed at many well established venues such as PIP, Weelde, Ro-town, the Grey Space, mainly in Rotterdam-The Hague areas of the Netherlands.

He is also known for his organisation, Royal Surfclub, which hosted many events in Rotterdam and The Hague area, featuring more than a 100 DJs, and artists so far since it has been founded.

BäRK on SoundCloud | Instagram | Spotify

Appearances on Royal Surfclub events:


Jeans blends in his own music production into his mixes, which he spends most of his time at his studio.
Besides releasing his music on his own label Oracle Bones, he as well released under legendary names such as Clone Records , Bar Records_ , DJ’ed and Live Produced at world wide known festivals & radios, such as The Crave, Awakenings, HOR Berlin,

Jeans on SoundCloud | Instagram | Oracle Bones

Appearances on Royal Surfclub events:


ARTÉMIS – a Romanian DJ based in The Hague – is known for her genre bending sounds. From global bass to 90’s rave and fast-paced house, she brings up in her sets sounds known to the body and unknown to the ear. ARTÉMIS is the co-founder of the NL based collective VERSE and a resident at Maxi Radio and La Collectif. In her show ‘Playdate with a DJ’ at Black Rhino Radio in Bucharest she offers a platform for fresh & young Romanian DJs to express their musical identity.

ARTÉMIS on SoundCloud | Instagram

Appearances on Royal Surfclub Events:


KI/IP Is an Elektro/Ghetto DJ based in The Hague. He started to DJ for fun in his studio and later played at some house parties and raves.

Expect hard crunchy breakbeats with fast electronic sounds and dirty rap lyrics.

SoundCloud | Instagram

Appearances at Royal Surfclub events:


As a longtime local The Hague based DJ, Doktoro often surprises and surpasses genres. His positive energy and music knowledge will reflect in his emotive DJ sets. Taking you on an epic spiritual dance-floor journey, blending the dark and light aspects of electronic dance music.

Doktoro on SoundCloud | Instagram

Appearances on Royal Surfclub events:


Labeling Mehran as a DJ is a difficult task. Mostly because he walks a quite individual path when it comes to his musical inspiration. This inspiration isn’t driven by a single style or musical genre. Although his roots as a DJ derive from the love for Chigago House, his focus nowadays ranges most of the (electronic) music spectrum. All the variables in his taste do have one major thing in common; finding and sharing real, authentic and exceptional records that have, or will, stand the test of time. Over the years he developed an eye to find those outstanding records.

Moody Mehran on SoundCloud | Instagram

Appearance at Royal Surfclub events:



On November 23rd come dance with us at our Naughty Boat Party with the biggest lineup of underground DJs to date.

Exclusive Boat Party
 Amazing location w/ a Vintage Sale by the The Hippie Grenade
 Noordereiland, Rotterdam (exact location has been sent to the email you used to buy tickets)

POING Afterparty
 11 to 6 AM
 2 stages all night long
 Schiestraat 16, Rotterdam


– Chill area;
Kendrick Rudy
Lex Anders (ADODA Music)
– Party;
New Year New Me
Miri Floores

– Naughty Cruise Stage;
11am and Merlijn Mollinga (HEF Collective)
Sjoerd AKA off the Mountain
– Naughty Yacht Stage;
Dano C (Dungeon Signals)
Virgil Delion
Miri Floores
Sander van Veen


A work/social intervention curated and installed by Berk Duygun, a social intervention, and dystopian situation artwork. Questioning a post-climate change dystopian world, what is still important for humankind, where do we meet, how do we meet, and what do we miss in our lives.

The complete work consists of a full exhibition of multiple artists and artworks, selected and curated by Berk Duygun in collaboration with many art & music initiatives from The Hague, Rotterdam and beyond, focused on the local international artist population.

As icing on the cake, a situational piece is placed in a basement. The experience is being in a six hour rave exposed to, instead of normal rave / nightclub aesthetic lights, a constant monochromatic light. Challenging the status quo of the nightlife scene, where individualism is inherent. By literally exposing everyone’s faces, presence and dance moves, and curating their placement surrounding the DJs, the work tried to connect people more while being indulged in almost ritualistic dancing. This was the first of many experiments with the monochromatic light on a ritualistic aspect and proved to unleash quite some energy and power when exposed to it for a long time with intent. 

The basement (an otherwise visually known location for The Hague art and nightlife goer) was filled with 6 tons of sand, relating to the “Life After The Warm Up” concept, where humans would be inclined to artificially look up senses of nature, the sun (monochromatic light) and the nature in between the bare toes.

 Participant Art and Sound Initiatives: Just This Place, Domo Sol, Little Big Doll House, SWitches, and Mushroom Radio 

 Participant Artists: Maarten Keus, Marlot Meyer, Leyla-Nour Benouniche, Pamela Varela, Hannah MQ, Joelle Galloni, Mizu Nazahradke, Ines Delgado, Ella Hebendanz, Soeria van den Wijngaard, Siem Beets, Kin Mun, Esther de Bruin, Malou Bumbum, Giovanni Palmieri, Aruina Nina, Bastian Visch, and Berk Duygun 

 Participant DJs: Gymnasty ( Haris Begic ), Stiib ( Siem Steeb ), Carlos Eperon Beltrán, OilBoy ( Kin Mun ), Jesus Canuto Iglesias & Gökay Atabek, Matthias König Aka Snackbar, Börk ( Berk Duygun ), and HEF Collective. 

 Graphics by Kin Mun and Paula Martínez Bailo 

 Curated by: Berk Duygun

On the 25th and 26th June join us live on Facebook and YouTube for a complete celebration of South Hollands contemporary creative/art scene. Live Music, DJs, Film Directors, Expos, and Multidisciplinary Artists. The goal is to raise awareness and donations toward the Erasmus MC Foundation.

Rotterdam’s Erasmus Medical Center is leading groundbreaking research to defeat Covid-19. They are currently searching for an effective drug for patients suffering from coronavirus and working towards a vaccine to put an end to this outbreak and prevent a new one.



Thursday 25th June:
 Lucky Blue (Live Band)
 The Tommyrots (Live Band)
 Marinella Iezzi (Singer-Songwriter)
 Just This Palace (Art expo)
 Sydney Rahimtoola x Nadine (DJ Set)
 Laacarnosaa (Federica Notari ) X Girldcc ( Latisha Horstink ) (DJ Set)
 Domo-Sol (Siem Steeb and Kin Mun) (DJ Set)

Friday 26th June:
 Miri Floores (DJ Set)
 Carlos Eperon (DJ Set)
 Lex Anders (DJ Set)
 Berk Duygun (DJ Set)
 Sydney Rahimtoola (DJ Set)
 Sven Peetoom (Film Director), Chris de Krijger (Film Director), Arjen van Doezelaar (Film Director)

Live from Rotterdam and The Hague on Every day is Friday and Royal Surf Club
PARTNERS: Hostel Room RotterdamCultureSparkFamous Hostels