Fresh, Melodic, Inspirational, three words that best describe Dave as a DJ and Producer. His sets have a distinctive melodic progressive feel, combining deeper house sounds with the more trancey and techy.
Dave regularly features alongside artists such as Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz and Andy Moor at The Gallery @ Ministry Of Sound, London. Other highlights include warming up the decks for Eric Prydz at Fabric and supporting the likes of Mr Sam at Electronic Sessions, London. Dave's sets are always well received and convey his own deep passion for music.
His DJ-Carreer began in little steps as a 16 year old gifted young Music freak in a popular Pub. He started to collect all kinds of records and CDs until he gradually had enough together to present his own music and DJ sets. With commercial Party music he gained the chance to harvest his first gage. The piles of records and CDs grew bigger and bigger. Many years later he had the opportunity to put on his music as an official Trance-DJ at a local club in Switzerland, where he was presented under his new guise Dave Joy.
Dave Lee is a British virtuoso on the orchestral French Horn. However he has taken the instrument in new directions with recorded versions of rock and other non-classical numbers. Dave came to wider attention with the publication of Jasper Rees' book "I Found my Horn". Dave tutored Jasper in his attempts to relearn the horn to concert standard in just one year.
Dave Schiemann was born on December 5th, 1988. He was fascinated by the DJ art since he was 13. At the beginning he practiced, as a young, unexperienced hot head should, at home on a PC, using various mixing software. But that was not enough for him. In search of his music fulfilment he tried audio editing software to remix but that still was not giving him full satisfaction. He realized that he must to give a try as a producer and since 2004 most of his time he spent on improving his skills in music production.
Producer Simon Neale has been playing with electronic music for years.Growing up listening to synth-pop and early 90’s House, plus going to a secondary school that had an undiscovered TB303 & Juno 60 covered in dust in the music room cupboard, you could say production was inevitable! School assembly’s were never quite the same with House and Breakbeat driven tunes pumping out of the main hall. Nowadays using his ‘Dave Spoon’ alias, Simon is committed to the house scene offering a versatile range of pounding productions.