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Dan Clayton, supported by BBC Introducing is an artist creating Dance music. 'He just gets better and better with every new track', Christian Carlisle. Dans passion for writing music started, after playing shows with a band that led him to see what effect music was having on members of the public. Soon after becoming a fan of Dance music in his younger years, listening to DJs on the radio such as Pete Tong, Dave Pearce, Judge Jules and Annie Mac, he became fascinated with the sounds and production of Dance music. Dan began simply by having ago, creating weird and wonderful sounds with still no real idea on production or mixing techniques. After deciding to progress in learning music through college and eventually University. Dan has now gained the knowledge he wanted to take his productions to the next stage.

Today, we see him contstanly writing material either for himself or other great talent. His latest single, 'Took The Time feat. Rachel Hirons' has been warmly welcomed by new and existing fans. For Dan this couldn't have been a better outcome seeing people have a positive reaction to what he's created at live shows is the 'cherry on top' for all the hard work put in.

Having played along side great talent such as Example & The PeteBox to name a few, this is still only the beginning.

For any questions or even bookings please come over and say hi to either:
danclayton.enquiries@gmail.com

or

Twitter:
www.twitter.com/dan_clayton_
Facebook:
facebook.com/danclaytonofficial

Dan Clayton   Dan Clayton, Sheffield, Britain (UK)

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  • Running Love (Instrumental) Artwork

    Running Love (Instrumental)

    Dan Clayton on May 15, 2014 20:24
  • Ideal Scenario Artwork

    Ideal Scenario

    Dan Clayton on February 22, 2014 11:51
  • Pandora Artwork

    Pandora

    Dan Clayton on February 02, 2012 16:09

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