Galen Behr

Real Name:
Galen Behr
Galen Behr, better known as Passiva was born on the 19th September 1986 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
At the age of ten, he studied violin, and learned the basics of music. A year later he started listening to electronic dance music. It was not long after that Galen began to produce it.
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Singles & EPs

Galen Behr - Time Will Tell album art Galen Behr Time Will Tell (Single) Yakuza Netherlands 2005 Sell This Version
Galen Behr - Carabella album art Galen Behr Vs. Hydroid Galen Behr Vs. Hydroid - Carabella (Single) Yakuza Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version
Galen Behr - Till We Meet Again album art Galen Behr & Robert Burns (2) Galen Behr & Robert Burns (2) - Till We Meet Again (Single) Yakuza Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version
Galen Behr - Weak album art Galen Behr Feat. Elle (3) Galen Behr Feat. Elle (3) - Weak (Single) Yakuza Netherlands 2007 Sell This Version


YAK021 Galen Behr - Shift Of The Ages album art Galen Behr Vs Hydroid Galen Behr Vs Hydroid - Shift Of The Ages(2xFile, MP3, 320) Yakuza YAK021 Netherlands 2007
VY001 Galen Behr - Wet Dream album art Galen Behr & Leon Bolier Galen Behr & Leon Bolier - Wet Dream(2xFile, MP3, 320) Violent Youth VY001 2009
2PLAY041 Galen Behr - Acapulco album art Leon Bolier & Galen Behr Leon Bolier & Galen Behr - Acapulco(2xFile, MP3, 320) 2 Play Records 2PLAY041 Netherlands 2009
PA001 Galen Behr - Seconds Before We Landed With Our Eyes Closed album art Galen Behr Seconds Before We Landed With Our Eyes Closed(File, MP3, 320) Parker Alley Recordings PA001 Netherlands 2010

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February 24, 2014
Missing his tracks so much, if anyone could give me some info about what's he doing right now, I would be very happy!


March 28, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
Galen Behr (or as I call him: The Grizzly Behr!) has quickly become one of my favourite Trance producers and is indeed my favourite Dutch Trance producer.

I love his style of Dream Trance. You know how sometimes you find out about an artist through his remixes of another sought-after producer? Well, that was the case here too. I was looking through a series of C-Quence releases and stumbled upon Galen's remix of "Final Thoughts". It was a beautiful mix. I even had a listen to the original version, but it just didn't even come close, in my most honest of opinions. At this stage I was genuinely intrigued. I saw this as great encouragement to search for more quality tunes from the maestro.

...And then there was Passiva. His ultra-dreamy alias (as if his productions could be even more dreamy than they already are) has recreated some of the best songs with his amazing remixes. JPL's "A Place Called Home" in particular is an absolute beauty.

If you enjoy the work of Mike Shiver, then I recommend you give this artist more than just a chance. Browse through his entire works. I guarantee you won't regret it!

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