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Danny Howells

An acclaimed DJ, producer and remixer, Hastings, England's native son Danny Howells earned his bones warming up for John Digweed at the legendary Bedrock club nights during the '90s. Howells maintained that opening gig for almost ten years and earned a dedicated British following before blowing up worldwide in 2000 with the release of Global Underground: NuBreed 002. After leaving Bedrock, he secured prestigious residencies at several other high-profile hot spots, including Renaissance, Twilo and Ministry of Sound, and he also remixed big-time tracks by the likes of Madonna, BT and Felix da Housecat. In 2009, he founded the record label Dig Deeper (named after his own long-running club night), which released his latest DJ mix, Phase One, for digital download this past April.

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Matt Miner
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