DJ, Producer, Label Owner, and admitted House Music purist Daniel Dubb has risen to prominence through a tireless work ethic and a keen understanding of what has made House Music a constant on dance floors for decades.
Through a commitment to quality and a thirst for success Daniel has gone about mastering his craft in the club as well as the studio. His gritty Tech and Deep House records quickly caught the attention of underground label main stays such as Rejected, Saved, 8Bit, Viva, Plastic City, Toolroom, and many more labels who echo his commitment to quality music that works in the club. It’s not just the labels that have taken notice of his gritty and infectiously danceable sets and productions. Daniel has caught the ear of a who’s who of Underground Dance Music, with the likes of Steve Lawler, Joris voorn, Danny Howells, Nic Fanciulli and Lee Burridge as noted fans of his productions and DJ sets. Having played alongside these legends of their craft Daniel Dubb has shown dance floors all over the world that the universal language of the dance floor is one that he speaks well and with which he can hold a conversation with the best of them.
While labels and fellow DJ’s continue to take notice, Daniel has shown the world that gritty underground records can also produce impressive sales numbers. His collaborative remix of Nina Simone’s Sinnerman was the highest selling number one record on Beatport in 2011, and occupied the top spot for longer than any other release that year. The success of this record echoed through the EDM scene with its crossover appeal highlighted by its inclusion on numerous compilations including one by mainstream heavyweight David Guetta. After numerous successful releases on other labels, 2012 saw Daniel launched his own record label DV8. The world quickly took notice and by its fifth release, DV8 hit the Beatport top 10 with Daniel Dubb’s rework of Luniz’s “I Got 5 on It”. His understanding of what works on the dance floor was once again demonstrated with the release supported by DJ’s from across the EDM spectrum from Deep House sensation Maya Jane Coles to the more Big Room appeal of the group Nervo. Whether spinning sets to packed clubs or producing chart topping records Daniel Dubb has shown that the Underground EDM scene is alive, well and in good hands.Go To Labels