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Danny Howells


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Danny Howells was born in the South East England town of Hastings in 1970. Howells’s first event DJ-ing came in the late 1980s and he began to perform at local clubs. In 1991, Bedrock founder John Digweed heard one of Howells’s mix tapes and invited Howells to join the Bedrock club nights. Howells traveled with Bedrock until they settled at the club Heaven in London. He would spend nine years as warm-up DJ for Digweed at Bedrock.

In 1995, Howells began producing experimental techno tracks with fellow Hastings native, Tim Cross, under the moniker Squelch. Over the next two years, Squelch produced several singles and attracted the attention of the record label Jackpot, who released what would be Cross’s and Howells’s final single together. In 1997, Cross and Howells split, though Howells stayed with Jackpot. Jackpot teamed Danny Howells up with Rob Green to produce a remix of React 2 Rhythm’s “Intoxication”. Howells performed for the first time outside of the UK, traveling to Holland for his first gig abroad, which gained him a large fan base there. Following his international tour, Howells signed with Dutch record label ID&T to create his debut mix album, Nightlife Report 1: Mick Boskamp Presents Danny Howells. Howells and Green continued to work together, including on a remix of Robbie Williams’s “South of the Border. Howells began to produce solo as well, taking on projects such as Ashtrax’s “Kafka” and BT’s “Dreaming”.


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  • carloBuenoBaby

    Danny Howells at Cable London on 3rd of September. Come along Guys!!

    28 Aug 2010 Reply
  • PandaTrue

    on the moon (L)

    13 Jul 2009 Reply
  • felixg3

    Punkreas, you're right but the Original Mix is also good! Buy it at beatport :)

    18 Apr 2009 Reply
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  • nopance

    amazing dj

    6 Feb 2009 Reply
  • Philipplosu

    Hi, greetings from Bogota, Colombia, I'm waiting for Danny at Gotica Club, great DJ! Cheers! Philipp.

    3 Dec 2008 Reply
  • llesdog

    hmm, methinks we need to get an updated bio! anyone? :) loved his classic eclectic 2002 essential mix. also loved the one before that which was somewhat more banging! (2001?)

    13 Oct 2008 Reply
  • samarkand2004

    wow, very nice 'neo downtempo style' last 2008 Renaissance- The Mix Collection ( Disc 1 - A Side) & (Disc 2 - A A Side). sweet one with also the GU 24:7 & some others GU from him i could listen to by chance so far! Another (real) one to follow in the genre it seems.. sweet & subtile, nice. :)

    28 Sep 2008 Reply
  • luquilla

    hi, does anyone know the venue and complete date of a 2 parts set played on july 2001?

    20 Mar 2008 Reply
  • Jmal68

    for all fans of house need to check out his sick mix 'Kiss100 19Feb06' that set is one of the best sets i have ever heard..the introductory sequence of tracks and the transitions between them would bring down any club in the world on any night guaranteed!

    30 Nov 2007 Reply
  • eneve

    the essential mix was hard deepsexyfuturistictechfunkhouse

    8 Mar 2007 Reply

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