With DJ residencies at the Skygarden in the City of London, Bluebird Chelsea, Restuarant Ours, Madison Rooftop, the Ned Hotel amongst others. Danny is recognised for specialising in music that engages with the particular crowd and ambience of the space he is performing in. He is not bound by genres but by feeling, his focus is on those who enjoy music regardless of background or age. He is always looking to create a seamless atmosphere that is naturally energising and refined, refusing to ever let up on quality and providing a varied but soulful energy that can rarely be found elsewhere. This applies as much to sets where the focus is on background ambience as it does to peak time club sets or making sure a wedding party is truly memorable all night long.
The nature of his varied DJ sets and soundtracking work regularly take him on travels in and around Europe and Asia. He now regularly collates music for commercial use for top retailers, brands hotels and business's across the UK and worldwide.
London based, he plays at some of the premier venues, including Quaglino's, 34 South Audley Street and QP in Mayfair, Bluebird, Restaurant Ours, Jak's on the Kings Road and The World's End Market in Chelsea, Madison in the heart of the City, Hotel Bosco, the Ned, Hotel Cafe Royal in Piccadilly, the Hilton, Canary Wharf, 100 Wardour Street and Century Members club in Soho. Also for Robert James (Hot Creations) and for London City based international promoters Ritual.
During private and corporate events great pleasure is taken in programming the music across the whole event from start to finish. Highlights have include the wrap party for Tim Burton's film with himself and Samuel L Jackson in attendance, numerous house parties in Chelsea and Mayfair and at country estates, playing at the Royal Theatre, parties for NBC and ITV, parties at Hotel Cafe Royal and other top London hotels, the Founders Forum conference for entrepreneurs at the Grove Hotel, as-well as fashion shows and numerous unforgettable parties across Europe and its islands.