Tuesday, Jan 06 2009 | 19:54

3454Much like the Roman Spa his home town is renowned for; many have discovered the benefits of immersing themselves in the soulful productions of Danny Byrd. With less nudity required, and a reduced danger of contracting syphilis, plague, or leprosy, it is no wonder Danny Byrd has become Bath’s most cherished attractions.

One of the very first artists to sign to Hospital – way back at the turn of the millennium, Danny Byrd’s own inimitable take on soulful, vocal Drum and Bass has become a staple in the scene. His use of house and R&B influences immediately began turning heads with his first Hospital singles “Do It Again” and “Changes”. Then, later that year, when Radio One’s Fabio championed Danny’s remix of London Elektricity’s “Wishing Well”, his status as a soulful DnB heavy-weight was confirmed. It’s always been about quality rather than quantity with Danny Byrd with remixes for High Contrast and contributions to our “Weapons of Mass Creation” albums making up his select output. Since 2005 however, the Byrd man has found an unparalleled level of productivity, with the massive “Soul Function” and “Dog Hill” singles Hospital as well as contributions for Spearhead, V Recordings and Advanced.

With a growing reputation as one of the finest party DJs in the scene, Danny Byrd has been touring nonstop, taking him from Los Angeles to Paris, from Romania to Vienna, as well as closer to home at the Herbal & Heaven Hospitality nights.

In 2008 Danny launched his long awaited debut LP “Supersized”, featuring the massive anthems “Shock Out” and “Weird Science”. On January 30, 2009, there will be the release of the brand new Hospital mix compilation “Hospital Mix.7 – Mixed by Danny Byrd”. Rolling through both the big tunes of 2008 and giving us five mighty exclusives to tease us with, this 25 track mix has enough energy to get your circulation flowing through the coldest winter months. All styles are on offer here, with one thing in common – quality. Danny Byrd’s mixing is fast and furious, but with a consideration for harmonics and timing that’s on point.

Taking his extra large sound to the next level, and with DJ dates lined up all over Europe, 2009 looks set to finally be the year of the Byrdman!


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