Bjorn Immerzeel, also known as Bjorn Know-how, was born on the 7th october 1980 in The Hague, the Netherlands. Growing up in a musical family, music run through his veins from an early age. This The Hague based DJ/Producer and A&R manager of Amsterdam’s label Big Boss Records started dj’ing back in the mid 90’s, playing the harder styles of the house like hardcore, oldschool and club classics. His style changed completely at the end of the nineties. Nowadays he is focussing on latin house, groovy funk, electro, vocal and tribal house combined with tech, disco and pop tunes. With his subliminal mixing technique and his enthusiastic personality and everlasting smile he will get everybody on the dance floor. It is always a sensation to hear the summer beats of Bjorn Know-how.
He played at many clubs and festivals in and outside the Netherlands. Clubs like Hotel Arena, Panama, Mazzo, Escape de Venue, Odeon, Sinners, Supperclub, Zebra and Marcanty’s in Amsterdam. Nighttown, Thalia Lounge and Calypso in Rotterdam, Paard van Troje in The Hague and the Hemkade in Zaandam. Beachclubs like Bloomingdale (ID&T), Sunday’s and the Mecca. On national radio stations like Slam FM, Airpeace FM, Deep FM and New Dance Radio.
He teased the crowd twice at the biggest dancefestival of Europe called Dancevalley and at other festivals like Slick Outdoor, The Fine Tune Festival, Free OutdoorZone, Sweetvalley and the Legalize Streetparade. He even played in countries like the Dominican Republic, Curacao (Dutch Caribbean), Greece, Turkey, Croatia, Germany and Belgium. He now has a residency at one of the most exclusive erotic parties in the Netherlands called Little Sins and at events like Slick, Subliem and Flirt.
As an A&R manager of Rob Boskamp’s Big Boss records, the year 2007 is definitely Bjorn Know-how’s production year. He spend many days each week in his studio together with partner in crime Josh Pitch. We can expect a dozen releases and remixes of this wicked DJ/Producer on different labels like Big Boss and UK label 1980 Recordings. The remix ‘Wreck the DJ’ he made with the godfather of Dutch house ‘Rob Boskamp’ rockz the crowd in many many clubs each week. Wreck the DJ has had high positions in different charts all over the world!