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David Garset is a Danish DJ, booker and promoter; born and based in Copenhagen, he is one of the cities most promising young talents.

As a DJ David Garset is not easy to put in a box. He is constantly dancing behind decks and continually switching genre from groovy and tasty disco laden treats into dark, heavy and lush deep house affairs, then drops some huge house tracks with driving sexy vocal lines and sumptuous bass hooks and then he will take it all back again for some more spins.

David Garset began his career by playing and arranging events at one of Copenhagen's most legendary after-hours clubs, Dunkel. He then moved on to host 'Svedhytten' every Saturday (for two and a half years) at Copenhagen's music flagship Vega. In Copenhagen he has also played at Culture Box, Simons, Hive, KB3, KB18, Train, Rust, TS Bar, Jolene, Bakken, Jazzhouse and Pumpehuset; and festivals like Roskilde Festival, Distortion Festival, Strøm Festival, and Trailerpark Festival. Internationally David has played at legendary clubs like Kater Holzig (Berlin), King Size (Berlin), Koko Club (London), Fisk og Vilt (Oslo), and Kulturhuset (Faroe Islands).

To date, David Garset has had the pleasure of playing alongside some of the best DJs from around the world, including: Tensnake, Miguel Campbell, Social Disco Club, The Revenge, Spencer Parker, Trickski, Flight Facilities, Tiger and Woods, Classixx, Pilooski, Erol Alkan, Trentemøller, Horse Meat Disco, 2ManyDjs, John Dalhbæk, DJ Mehdi, Jesse Rose, Riva Starr, DiskJokke, Jimmy Edgar and The Misshapes

Currently, in collaboration with Kasper Bjørke, Christian d'Or, Waqar Qayum, David is in the process of creating a new house/techno club in the meat packing district of Copenhagen; the club is named 'Harvey' and will open its doors in early April.

Bookings & Contact:

davidgarset@gmail.com

David Garset   David Lillie Garsét, Copenhagen, Denmark

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