Twice voted ‘Best Dutch DJ’ in the past few years, Amsterdam-based Nymfo (aka Bardo Camp) may be no newcomer to drum & bass but has recently established himself amongst its most promising production talents. With a versatile and infectious style, his tracks have already won support across the scene from the likes of Goldie, Friction, Fabio, Hype, BSE, Teebee, Klute, Doc Scott, S.P.Y, Commix, Kasra, Logistics and more.
Nymfo’s breakthrough came in 2007, with releases on Shogun Ltd, Renegade Hardware and a 12″ for Critical alongside Icicle. Solo releases for Critical and Crunch soon followed, with ‘Franky Mountain’ (alongside Icicle) earning a prestigious Ram release on the ‘Dimensions 3’ EP. Further honing his sound and remaining versatile, Nymfo stepped up with singles for CIA, Inneractive, Samurai Music and 31 Records before really hitting his stride in 2010. With a potent combination of powerful beats and hypnotic techno-influenced grooves, a guest appearance on Black Sun Empire’s LP (‘Kempi’) plus two strong singles for Commercial Suicide (‘Matchstick b/w Bionic Fingers’) and Critical Modulations(‘Try To Forget b/w Autonomous Robot’) set dancefloors blazing worldwide and marked Nymfo as a name to remember. In 2011, the ‘Double Dutch’ EP for Commercial Suicide again made a very potent statement of intent with all 4 tracks setting dancefloors alight for months before and after release. It was obvious Nymfo’s talent had matured to the point where he was ready to design an album, and Commercial Suicide was the natural home for his sound.