Who can say they made official remixes for Clean Bandit, Twenty One Pilots, Adam Lambert, Hardwell, Axwell & Ingrosso, Lost Frequencies & Armin Van Buuren all in the same year?? Dave Winnel can!! As one of most sought-after remixer names in 2015, Dave Winnel couldn’t possibly be bundled into the standard rabble of DJs and producers.
With feats on a wide array of internationally acclaimed record labels such as Axtone, Def Jam, Big Beat, Warner Music, Revealed Recordings, and Armada Music, the Dave Winnel sound thrives in the future bass domain. His organic steeze & finesse is fueled by continued support from the likes of Pete Tong, Danny Howard, BBC Radio 1, Axwell Ingrosso, Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Hardwell, Knife Party, Oliver Heldens, Armin van Buuren, leaving it fair to say that Dave Winnel’s versatile sound is on cue and leading the way for Future House in Australia.
This Sydney sider’s buzz track ‘Don’t Stop!’, climbed to #4 on the Aria Club charts and has ticked well over 1/2 million streams on spotify, but even that has been shadowed by his remix of Shiba San’s OKAY which has clocked up 1million plays on soundcloud.
Signed to Armada Music & Chased Management & having played every major Australian city, and everything in-between, 2015 saw Winnel taking his sound international with sets in Amsterdam, during Amsterdam Dance Event week, and in Jakarta & Bali.
The times ahead call confidently for this young Australian talent, having just released his radio single ‘Money’, he is leading the way for the Future House scene. Dave Winnel has earned the right to march on the road to glory, taking into account the mammoth leaps he’s currently taking, the impending music world take-over will happen sooner rather than later.
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