Since ditching his DJ Funkadelic moniker, Daan Romers has made affirmative progression with his blissful Electronic stylings under the guise of Dannic. Already boasting tracks for Flamingo Recordings and Hardwell’s Revealed label under the guise of his former alias, the Dutch newcomer marks a fresh chapter of his impending musical legacy with ‘Doster’.
In true Netherland style, Romers’ outing of rising synths and excessively rapid lead play mark the perfect induction for his new nom de plume, dealing a potent blast of hard-hitting yet well-structured Electro House that touches on the rich Progressive vibes that his country has become synonymous with. With debut collaboration alongside Hardwell ‘Kontiki’ for the same label and further remix Duties for Dutch peer R3hab’s ‘The Bottle Song’ on the horizon along with a debut stint at infamous London nightspot Ministry of Sound, Dannic is one European newcomer we urge you to keep a very sturdy eye upon.
Words by Dan Carter