This is the website of Jasper Drexhage working under different aliases like: “Drexmeister”, “Glovepuppet”, “SlyDog” in numerous different musical projects. Sometimes he is the writer, producer or session player, in other projects the mastering engineer or the session musician.

He worked with or is/was part of “Greyson Pure”, “New Believers” (with Dwight Brown & Merel Sluman), “Dutchican Soul”, “Human Resource” (with Guido Pernet), “The Cliniq” (with Jeffrey Fung-Loy & Nevil Douglas) DJ Eva, “Ruffneck” (Patrick van Kerkhoven), Plattèl, Dwight Brown, Merel Sluman, Peter Jericho, Mark Bien, Landa Perdon, “Nil” (with Lennaert & Hans), Robert Rivera, Nikki van Dam, Nicolas Bassi and many others.

Influenced by his father’s classical taste and his mother’s feel for soul, Jasper started out following some piano classes. This experience was shortlived because Jaspers unwillingness to read musical notes, as he preffered the auditive approach when making music, and in the eyes of his teacher further effort would prove to be futile.

Determined to prove himself and driven by the passion for music he became a self taught piano man, in the process adding a few other instruments (guitar, saxophone and percussion) to his toolkit.

Human Resource Live @ NightTown Rotterdam, 1991

In the late eighties he, along with a few friends, formed a band called Human Resource. Their track “Dominator” was a massive hit worldwide, and would have a huge impact on the house scene. Artists like Joey Beltram, Frank de Wulf, Speedy J and C.J. Bolland made remixes of “Dominator”. The song now holds a firm #15 position in the Dutch Techno Top 1000.
With Human Resource taking on a more hardcore approach Jasper decided to quit the band and pursue a solo career resulting in a few releases in the 90’s. As time went by his focus shifted to the art and science of Mastering and Engineering resulting in the Urban Simplex Studio’s.

Jasper’s sound was influenced by artists such as George Duke, Quincy Jones, Depeche Mode, Roberta Flack, Bob Katz and Nile Rodgers.

He released songs and remixes on the following record labels:
2B Free Records, 80 AUM, Adaptation Music, Baci Recordings, Barcoda Recordings, Check It Out Records, CNR Records, Diamondhouse Records, Hardsoul Pressings, King Street, K.N.O.R. Records, Logic Records, Outer Rythm, Panevino Music, Promark Music, R&S Records, Radikal Records, Random Soul Recordings, Reelgroove, Ruffneck, Salted Music, Solitone Music, Soul Deluxe, Sony BMG, Soundmen on Wax, Soundz Dynamik, Street King, Supercords, Tesseract, Tricircle Recordings, XL Records, XSV Records.