Danny Foster is a prolific and respected DJ. His career spans over the past 20 years. He is an accomplished Producer/Songwriter and Re-mixer, Label Manager and Radio Presenter. Danny got his first big break in 1992 as resident for ‘Release The Pressure’ at Café de Paris (London).
In 1993 Danny joined leading dance station London Underground 89.4FM were he got great exposure until 1996 when he moved to Kiss FM for a series of one-off shows. Since the early 90’s Danny has remixed for artists such as Altra Nate, R Kelly & Gloria Gaynor. Danny has been an intrinsic part of the UK house scene from its very own inception.
Danny has also enjoyed a constant flow of live prime time radio shows, including Time FM, Kiss 100FM, House FM, UnknownFM.net, with interviews aired live on London’s biggest (then) house music radio station Kiss 100 FM and more recently now on probably the best digital radio station – ConfettiDigital.com
Danny has enjoyed the success of no. 1 records within the Dance Charts of the UK. Of which, these include ‘You’re No Good’ with Corrine Joesph and ‘Butterflies’ with Vula (Basement Jaxx). His recent smash anthem ‘To Be Real’ featuring Rachel John, found itself propelled to great heights across Europe, reaching high end top 10 status in many countries.
His latest projects see him writing with some of UK’s best talents; these include Vula (Basement Jaxx), Kele La Roc, Bizzi and Corrina Joseph. His soon to be released debut album will include tracks featuring Vula (Basement Jaxx), Kele Le Roc, Dina Vass, Clifton Lovemore, Kate O’Brian, Rachel John and Bizzi.
Danny’s style of house music now ranges from Soulful, Funky to Electro; Studio and production success is fundamentally important to Danny, but the true test of a DJ remains in the clubs.
With his infectious high spirit and commitment to the music industry, both in DJing and production, 2014 will see Danny’s success continue to escalate. As an unceasing champion of the British music scene, and indeed of great house music irrespective of origin, it’s no misnomer to class Danny Foster amongst dance music’s real pioneers.
‘How Long’ Ultra Nate (Warner Bros)
‘Skin’ Charlotte (EMI)
‘Always’ Michael Watford
‘Mighty High’ Gloria Gaynor (NEO)
‘My Paradise’ R Kelly (Jive)
‘You Should Have Known’ Anthill Mob (Classic Confetti)
‘Just In Case’ Jaheem (London Rec)
‘Love Feeling’ Robbie Craig (Public Demand)
‘Murder On The Dance floor’ Sophie Ellis Baxter (Sony)
‘Heard It All Before’ Sunshine Anderson
“The release the Pressure boys held nothing back, Victor Simonelli & Kenny Carpenter were in superb form but, the one DJ that surprised everyone was Danny Foster definitely one for the books.” The Latest Dance Music and Club Culture
“Release The Pressure DJ Danny Foster teams up with T Smoove to deliver a happy vocal mix of Karess’s ‘Love (A Wonderful Thing)’ on Fresh along with their steamy kicking Original mix” Blues & Soul Magazine
Full page interview Danny Foster and Timmi Magic – What is Urban House? RWD magazine