Vincent de Moor is a Dutch trance artist. de Moor started his music career in 1993, recording under the pseudonym "Fix to Fax". It wasn't until 1996 that he released his first major hit, "Flowtation", which reached the UK charts in 1997. In 1998, de Moor released his first album, "Orion City", featuring the single of the same name.
1999 is widely considered to be the year in which trance's popularity peaked, and de Moor was responsible for one of the most prominent tracks from this time. "Carte Blanche" by Veracocha, a collaboration between de Moor and Ferry Corsten, reached #22 in the British charts and remains popular today. Corsten reportedly chose the name Veracocha after watching a TV program about the Incas.
The track featured on de Moor's second album Moor (2000), along with the singles "Shamu", "Between 2 Fires" and "Eternity (Forever)". 2000 also saw the first release of "Fly Away", which went on to become de Moor's most successful debut single when it reached #30 in 2001. Some issues of this track were released under the pseudonym Emerald.
In 2003, de Moor released the tracks "Crystal Clouds" and "Nexus" as Questia. The following year, he released "Desdemonia" as Raster and "Grooveslide" and "Energy Reflect" as Flashbang.