Wednesday, December 15, 2010


Dan is a DJ, producer and presenter who started Hoxton FM (200k+ listeners) and a number of London parties to connect with forward thinkers and share the music that inspires him.

His sets deliver deep dubby minimal house and techno with big basslines and energetic grooves across vinyl and digital formats. Lock in to his Focal radio show on www.Hoxton.FM from 5-7pm GMT every Friday live from the studio or his favourite record shops, bars and clubs.

In 2011 Dan founded Hoxton FM to break new talent and share inspirational music, art, fashion and culture.  The station holds quality, diversity and innovation in the highest regard.  Currently there are in excess of 200,000 unique listeners per month tuning in online to over 85 different shows which are also viewable via Chew.TV and Facebook Live.

His annual Day of Hugs 24 hour fancy dress parties at Smedmore House on the Dorset coast have pushed boundaries from their inception in 2006. You could find DJ's playing everywhere from cliff-top towers to tree houses and audiences suspended in sky-nets or bubbling out in jacuzzis.

Dan has released music on Grounded Music (London) Polished Audio (Germany), Doppelganger (Germany), Pyramid Transmissions, Bloc Beatz Records and 2S2. He explores a wide spectrum across house and techno with his ever evolving sound.

Dan has played Glastonbury festival, Secret Garden Party, The Glade (managing backstage music) and venues including Corsica Studios for Jaded, The Cross, Turnmills, Pacha, The Egg, Ministry of Sound, Cable, The Key, Scala, Hidden, Aquarium and 93 Feet East.

Artists he has played with include Georgia Girl, Lee Rands, Leroy Roberts, Monika Ross, Tred Benedict, Danton Eeprom, Stathis Lazarides, Milton Jackson, Mr C, James What, Deepgroove, Cagedbaby, Stacey Pullen, Jerome Sydenham, Silicone SoulPete HellerNormski, Brandon Block and DJ Hype.

Moving to San Francisco in 2008 he launched his own party at Vessel also DJing for Qool, Binary at 222, Cable, Mixtape, on Toxic beach and in Golden Gate Park.

In late 2010 he co-founded Saturday night broadcast The Show London based in Millbank tower with views across the Thames and London. As promotions director and resident DJ he helped break new talent on the art, fashion, music and entertainment scenes.