DJ to bring the house down at Boom

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

DANNY T is a man best known for his man­i­cured mous­tache as he is for his manic style of mu­sic and will be per­form­ing live at Boom Night­club this Satur­day night.

Cut­ting his teeth deep within the sweaty, smoke-filled pits of Bris­bane’s un­der­ground, Danny T is one of Queens­land’s great­est ex­ports.

Born and bred on a healthy di­etary dose of Switch, Di­plo, Jesse Rose and Claude Vonstroke with sprin­kles of Juras­sic 5 and Big L, this twen­tysome­thing fa­cial hair afi­cionado tran­scends gen­res in a fu­tur­is­tic ex­plo­ration of basslines and jacked-up grooves.

In the land of Danny T, house mu­sic reigns supreme.

His debu­tant re­leases pricked the ears of dance leg­end, Ajax (RIP), and his break-through re­lease The Mean Baby EP fol­lowed shortly af­ter.

This was fol­lowed by a suc­ces­sion of dance floor flavoured chart top­pers in­clud­ing Whine Ya Waist­line (feat. Oh Snap!) which took out the num­ber one spot on the Aria Club Chart, with Sex Tonight (feat. Born I Mu­sic), De­li­cious (feat. Oh Snap!) and his re­cent African-in­spired house mas­ter­piece Serenghetto, all hold­ing ground within the top five.

In 2012, Danny T landed his first ma­jor la­bel re­lease, mix­ing Min­istry of Sound’s Club­bers Guide to 2012 com­pi­la­tion.

In­ject­ing some new age­cool and swag into the iconic com­pi­la­tion brand, the re­lease shot to the top of iTunes and com­pi­la­tions charts.

Re­cently work­ing re-rubs for Pirupa, Nicki Mi­naj, Bombs Away and Den­zal Park, Danny T has been punch­ing out hits from his sound sta­tion in Syd­ney and groom­ing his next sin­gle Rub­ber Ducky to per­fec­tion.

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