Project by Dutch producers, René ter Horst & Gaston Steenkist.
Some Riva records refer to them as Horst Pulmann and Guss Van Vlaanderen.

Singles & EPs

Riva - Hexaperalla / Don't U Hide album art Riva Hexaperalla / Don't U Hide Flammable Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
GL 004 Riva - Pitchcontrol / Keep On album art Riva Pitchcontrol / Keep On(12") Glitz Records GL 004 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
Riva - Who Do You Love Now? (Stringer) album art Riva Feat. Dannii Minogue Riva Feat. Dannii Minogue - Who Do You Love Now? (Stringer) (Single, Maxi) Double F Double R, Double F Double R UK 2001 Sell This Version
Riva - Stringer album art Riva Stringer (Single) Alien Recordings, Alien Recordings Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
Riva - The Hunter album art Riva The Hunter Alien Recordings Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
Riva - Time Is The Healer album art Riva Time Is The Healer (Maxi, Single) United Recordings UK 2002 Sell This Version
Riva - Morning Dust album art Riva Morning Dust Dedicated (2) Netherlands 2004 Sell This Version
Riva - Lunar album art Riva Lunar Dedicated (2) Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version
Riva - Stringer album art Riva vs. Bart Claessen Riva vs. Bart Claessen - Stringer Yakuza Netherlands 2008 Sell This Version
DED001 Riva - Summer Never Ends album art Riva Summer Never Ends(12", W/Lbl) Dedicated (2) DED001 Netherlands 2009 Sell This Version


Riva - For How Long album art Riva For How Long (Single) Garuda UK 2009 Sell This Version

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March 27, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
This Trance act is, in my opinion, one of the best I've ever heard. I know I say that about a lot of Trance producers, but it has a particularly strong meaning for this artist. I love the way House and Trance are fused together. Sometimes one more than the other, but you knew that it was always gonna work!

I love their dreamy, sexy songs. I don't have much of their original work. In fact, I only have the Morning Dust EP digitally at the moment. But I can tell you that absolutely every remix I've heard by them rock. Grab a pen, this list of Riva remixes is gonna be something you'll need to remember!! Weekend Player's "Into The Sun", Armin Van Buuren's "Yet Another Day", iiO's "Rapture", Fragma's "Say That You're Here", Dreamcatcher's "Twisted" (because the anonymous guy above really knows his stuff!), Kelli Ali's "Inferno High Love" and Marc Et Claude's "Tremble".

So there you have it. A list of Riva's highlights kindly provided by me! There's still one thing that bothers me though. Why would such an amazing talent want to stay anonymous?

February 18, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
These guys are a very 'unique' act, to say the least. They seem to combine two styles of dance music: House and Trance. In my opinion, this works to great effect because not only are their productions uplifting, their also quite sexy tunes aswell. What I've heard so far has been very good.

For me, I would say the highlights of their works are their remix of Fragma's "Say That You're Here", their 'Bora Bora' remake of their own "Who Do You Love Now" and also their remix of Dreamcatcher's "Twisted". So if you're into House and Trance, you absolutely must check Riva out! Spin some of Riva's music and your friends will love you for it!

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