When a few of The Hague underground labels wanted to bring out Baz Reznik his tracks he soon got frustrated about the politics behind it. Being an impatient guy who thinks he can do anything himself, he decided to start his own label. Bringing out only the music he likes the way he likes. No politics, no hidden agenda and a heads on mentality. Of course the release had to be on vinyl: if it's no vinyl release it's no release at all.
Totally ignorant about how to do it he started to investigate. Everybody told him that digital releases are the future but he didn't care and was proven right. Although the DYFR releases are digitally available, the vinyl versions sell much better and are appreciated far beyond the borders of the Netherlands.
The raw but slow The Hague electro, acid and techno sounds and the mastering done by electro pioneer Rude66, Legowelt or Baz Reznik himself, made DYFR exactly what it was meant to be:
DYFR: Do it Yourself, Fuck the Rest!