C. J. Bolland
(born Christian Jay Bolland
, 18 June 1971, Stockton-on-Tees, England) is a Belgian electronic music producer and remixer with British roots.
Born in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, Bolland's family moved to Antwerp in Flanders, Belgium when he was three years old.
Further UK hits followed with "The Prophet"
(#19) and "It Ain't Gonna Be Me"
(#35). Bolland is also a prolific remixer with a long résumé, including work with Orbital, Depeche Mode, Moby, The Prodigy and Tori Amos. His song "The Prophet", sampling Willem Dafoe in Martin Scorsese's 1990 film The Last Temptation of Christ
was an underground club hit.
In 2000, Bolland released the song "Enter The Robot"
, a collaboration with the Australian producer Honeysmack, and in 2002 started his own record label, Mole Records. February 2004 saw the release of The Body Gave You Everything
, the debut album by Magnus, a dance music/pop collaborative project with Tom Barman, founder and singer for the Belgian rock band, dEUS. In December 2006 Bolland released a solo album called The 5th Sign
with the Belgian online record label, The Wack Attack Barrack, followed in October 2009 by 500€ Cocktail. This album is released on Wikkid Records, Beatport and on iTunes.