Gearing up to unveil his monthly show on Data Transmission Radio next month, hard techno and house music hybrid Daniel Dejman has shared new music. His latest EP release Ōru via Slow Dancing To Techno proves why Dejman is an act to keep tabs on. Since the release of his EP STTÆB back in 2020, the producer has received acclaim from electronic acts like NASTIA, Julia Gover, and Submerge. We have no doubts that Ōru will pick up just as much traction as its predecessor, with trance infused undertones that bounce off its undeniable energy onto its listener.
We chatted with the future of techno, Daniel Dejman below.
For anyone that hasn’t heard it yet, how would you describe your sound?
Hard, fast, heavy-hitting hard-house & techno, with a 90’s influence!
At what point in your life did you have that moment where you said to yourself “This is it. This is the type of music I want to create?”
I’d have to say it was around age fouteen when I went clubbing for the first time. It was then that I knew that I wanted to be a part of the scene and be a contributor as a DJ/Producer.
What piece of gear could you never live without?
I would say the Maschine by Native Instruments! My go-to tool when it comes to music production!
Studio work and music creation or performing and interacting with a live audience, what do you prefer?
Definitely performing and interacting with a live audience!
What’s the weirdest or most amazing reaction you’ve had to your music?
There were two instances! The first was seeing my first EP, PRVI hit the top ten charts in the Hard Techno category. The next was seeing the number of times and places my tracks were being Shazam’d from & listened to.