Born as a product of both musical and creative parents, Bas (’63), the youngest of four children, was the only one who didn't seem to be interested in music. Through interests and education, Bas concentrated on technology. However, trough these technologies, he started to build machines that could produce and manipulate sounds in an electronic way. Influenced by Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze and Vangelis, he began to compose with his own generated sounds.
After this period of six years of composing, experimenting with sounds and performing in several bands, Bas started to make music on a solo base. The result of this was the tape ' Face Behind the Mask', released on the first electronic music festival September '88. One year later, October 21, Bas and Ron Boots performed together as 'project 2.1' and released the double-tape 'Hydrhythmix' (’89). From that time Bas contributed tracks on a couple of CD’s from European artists like Mario Schönwälder (D), Ron Boots (NL), John Kerr (UK), Venja (B). In 1991 the first solo CD 'The Escher Drawings' was released (re-released in 2004 by Groove); an album that was inspired by the drawings of M.C. Escher. In 1995 the second solo album "The Synchronicity Of Life" was released. Since 1992 Bas can frequently be found somewhere on a European stage with his synthesizers and/or behind electronic drums and percussion, together with Mario Schönwälder & Detlef Keller (as BK&S), Bernd Braun, John Kerr, Harald Grosskopf, Venja, Ron Boots and many others "You need equipment to make noise, but friends to make music!" The music of Bas Broekhuis is known for its sequential and rhythmic content also known as "Berliner Schule", with trance influences.