Radial is the techno moniker of Jeroen Liebregts, originally from The Netherlands, today residing in Barcelona, Spain.
Jeroen started out mixing records around ’98, he was living in Rotterdam at the time and, inspired by the active local techno and house scene, was drawn into music production soon after. In 2002 he teamed up with Bas Mooy and started the now legendary label Audio Assault as a platform for their own work and that of artists whose work they admire. About a year later, the sublabel Arms was born.
Always driven to dive deeper, Jeroen started a 4-year study of Sonology at the Conservatory in The Hague, which he finished in 2006. This study deals with electronic music composition, computer programming, analog synthesis, and electronic instrument design, among other things. This is likely what kickstarted his interest in using self-designed instruments in his music. The constant quest for new technological approaches is an imported factor that helped shape his sound. Bored easily, Jeroen is known to display a wide variety of music with both his studio outings and live or DJ performances. Never sticking to just one style but mixing and mashing all kinds of sounds together to keep things exciting.
Over the years, the wide range of dance music produced by Jeroen Liebregts has found its way to many places using different aliases (Radial, Museum, Finder, Sinecure). There have been releases of original tracks and remixes on labels such as Token, Perc Trax, Mote-Evolver, Numb, Drumcode, Planet Rhythm, Dole-Gate, Mord, and most recently, Tape Records, Will & Ink, Indigo Aera, and MDR.
Currently, his label Radial Records, serves as the main outlet for his own solo work as well as for musical collaborations with others.