Danny Daze makes his long awaited return back to the PYG..
"Maaaaaaan people hate reading bios. Real quick, started DJing in 99'. Would DJ weddings at 14 years old and use the money on vinyl for my rave gigs. Started making music in 04' on a cracked version of Fruity Loops. Went to SAE to learn WTF I was doing and graduated first in my class of 13. Most of my youth was spent collecting vinyl and seeking out doubles to trade with others. My early influences came from Miami Bass & Booty music, which led to Electro & Techno. Started an Electro record label in 2005 which released white labels and official V/A double packs. Now I produce electronic music and travel quite a bit. Usually try to sneak in at least 5 hours of sleep a day. The main focus of my DJ sets is to make people dance, deeply commanded by Detroit Techno and Italo Disco. While my main focus in music production is to push myself & try something a bit different than the last session I had open. Thanks for reading. Have a great day"
Danny Daze is Daniel Gomez, a studio nerd and Dj with a taste for Techno. Djing at raves at the age of 13 is how his obsession with this sound was rooted. Raised in Miami, Fl. Daze is influenced by his Cuban culture, thus giving him the latin influence heard in some of his music and Dj sets.
With other influences by Giorgio Moroder and Anthony Rother, Daze's Dj sets are deeply commanded by Detroit Techno and Italo Disco. "Señor Stereo", a collaboration between Daze/Gigamesh/Joe Maz was born in 2009 with releases on Ministry of Sound, Kitsune & their first EP titled "Unintentional Ep" on Slow Roast Records. This sound is heavily constructed by arpeggiated disco bass lines and Vangelis influenced synths. With releases coming out by the minute.
Danny Daze is proud to say "real djs don't have a tan".