Jonas Steur

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Jonas Steur
Also known asEstuera, Evil Robot, Fable, Propylon, Silvertear
GenresTrance, House, Techno, Electronic
Occupation(s)DJ, producer
InstrumentsSynthesizer, drum machine, Sampler, Sequencer
LabelsBlack Hole Recordings, Intuition Recordings, Spinnin Records

Jonas Steur (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈjoːnɑs ˈstøːr]) is a Belgian trance DJ and producer. He is known under several additional aliases, most notably Estuera, the name under which he released most of his music until 2005 when he began DJing and releasing music under his birth name Jonas Steur.[1] His music has also been featured several different times on the popular In Search of Sunrise series.





  • Ton T.B. – Dream Machine (Estuera remix)
  • Re:Locate – Waterfall (Estuera remix)


  • Haylon – Starfighter (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Solar Stone – The Calling (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Elles De Graaf – Show You My World (Jonas Steur remix)


  • Kimito Lopez – Telepathy (Estuera Vs. Re:Locate remix)
  • Danjo & Styles – What lies ahead (Estuera remix)
  • Cosmic Gate – Should've known (Estuera remix)
  • Niklas Harding – Ice beach (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Mr. Sam Ft. Kirsty Hawkshaw – Split (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Estuera – Tales From The South (Jonas Steur's Revision Flow)


  • Sied Van Riel – Changing places (Jonas Steur remix)


  • Ronski Speed Ft. Aruna – All The Way (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Soliquid – Maybe you (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Leon Bolier – XD (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Adrian Ivan – Re-Back (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Deadmau5 – Clockwork (Jonas Steur ultra violence remix)
  • Myon & Shane 54 – Trapped (Jonas Steur inevitable remix)
  • Sied Van Riel – People know (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Roger M Ft. Eva – By Your Side (Jonas Steur remix)


  • Ben Preston – Elizabeth (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Roger M feat Eva – Serenity (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Elsa Hill – Stay in my dream (Jonas Steur Dreamcatcher mix)
  • MuseArctic – At Sunrise (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Bartlett Bros Ft. Micky Vi – Sunshine In Panama (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Tim Besamusca – Sanctum (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Micah Ft. Aubrey – Rush (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Paco Ymar – Evolution (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Simon Pitt Ft. Vikki Lorenzo – Sun And Moon (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Fabio XB Ft. Micky Vi – Make This Your Day (Jonas Steur remix)
  • First state Ft. Sarah Howells – Brave (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Roger M Ft. Eva – Fading away (Jonas Steur remix)


  • Mr. Sam & Andy Duguid Ft. Amanda Wilson – Satisfaction Guaranteed (Jonas Steur remix)
  • JES – Love Song (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Lost Stories – Flight 447 ( Jonas Steur remix)
  • Orjan Nilsen & Virtual vault – Too late (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Roger M feat Eva – So into you (Jonas Steur remix)
  • Walsh & Mcauly Ft. Antonia Lucas – I'm Only Human (Jonas Steur remix)
  • JES – Awaken (Jonas Steur remix)


Jonas Steur's debut album Born For The Night was released on the September 17, 2007.

Track list:

  1. Fall To Pieces (vocals written and performed by Jennifer Rene)
  2. Nightwalker
  3. Level Up
  4. Seven Moons And A Bit
  5. Pure Bliss (vocals written and performed by Jennifer Rene)
  6. Rise And Shine
  7. Born For The Night
  8. Left In A Daze
  9. I Know
  10. La Nuit Noire (feat. Re:Locate)

The album also included a bonus second CD, featuring a mix of some of Jonas' older tunes:

  1. Tales From The South (album version)
  2. Flow
  3. City Lights
  4. Silent Waves
  5. 7 Clouds
  6. Palma Solane (feat. Re:Locate)
  7. Red Shores
  8. Second Turn
  9. Castamara

The second album Tales is a 4-part series of mini albums. Part 1 Courage was released on 16 November 2010.[2] The parts 2 and were released in 2011 and 2012, and part 4 is still in production.

Tales Part 1 track list:

  1. The road goes on
  2. Resist
  3. Embrace
  4. Traverse
  5. Hazy days


See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d "Jonas Steur official website". Retrieved 2018-07-10.
  2. ^ Tales part 1 release news :
  3. ^ DDRMAX: Dance Dance Revolution 6th Mix Original Soundtrack discogs information:

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