I forget how I came into contact with Danny Dance.
He is a young guy from Miami who impressed me with his passion for house music, after only recently discovering it (relatively).
His dance videos caught my attention and then his productions also. I spoke at length with him and tried to offer what advise I could in his quest for world domination.
I think his enthusiasm got the better of him though, he might not like to admit it.
After many, many tracks he released for free (too many) and then starting his own label, he seemed to burn himself out and became somewhat disillusioned. He was down to play at the 2012 VBW, alas he couldn’t make it work and then not long after that he dropped out of the scene.
Well, now he is back and his fire is well and truly alight. Check him out on this video and keep an eye open for future episodes. We may even get to see him in Spain in September !
Here is his official blurb off Facebook:
House Music DJ/Producer of funky underground feelings. Dance Is A Feeling Records. I dance as a hobby, for fun. http://twitter.com/dannydance
To say that Danny Dance loves House Music would be an understatement. He plays House in nightclubs, festivals, parks, piano bars, and city centers. He teaches House Dance to kids in schools and afterschool programs throughout the city. His production work and remixes span the entire spectrum of House Music culture.
A native of Miami, Danny was exposed to the wide variety of music and dance that comes with growing up in a city so diverse. His DJ sets reflect that same scope, weaving in Latin, Tribal, Tech, Funky, Soulful, Deep, and other genres of House into an experience that turns even casual club goers into House Music lovers. “I am literally on a mission to find new fans of House Music and to help expand House Dance culture on a global scale,” admits Dance. “If I can transfer my enthusiasm for this music to everyone I DJ for, I’ll be happy for the rest of my life.” Find his free DJ mixes and remixes on iTunes, Soundcloud, Reverbnation, PodOmatic, SSRadio, and more.
Soul music over disco beats with a light touch of French House and ooh ahhh bass lines = Miami Jack