Type to search

Blog Features

Daisybelle gives her 5 inspirational producers


Puerto Rican DJ and Producer based in London, Daisybelle was raised by musicians in a home brimming with music. Daisybelle left island life to settle in the UK and immerse herself in the London music scene. A Latina at heart, her style is always groovy, hugely influenced by worldly soulful sounds, disco & deep US-style house and tinged with South American flavour.

She plays at fabric on 30th June for Decay records, ahead of that we’ve asked us to give us her 5 biggest inspirational producers.

She said “These five producers have heavily influenced my DJ sets, as well as my own productions. They are all quite different from each other, as my taste in music is pretty broad. One thing they all do have in common, is, that even though they are underground, their tracks are really musical and emotive. They never disappoint with their releases, I have so many tracks by each one of them.”

Archie Hamilton

For many years, he has been a favourite consistently, as both a producer and DJ. I have so many of his records, digital and vinyl, and I have seen him live quite a few times, and there has never been a dull moment. Everything he produces or plays is so well selected, and has a such an energetic groove that it just gets you deep! 

Deniz Kurtel

She has such a unique sound which has become quite recognisable to me now after following her music for so many years; it’s kinda sensual and mysterious with an effortlessly cool vibe. I can definitely get lost in her tracks, and her live sets are a trip.\


This guy is a genius, everything he touches seriously turns to gold. I can’t even count how many of his own productions and remixes I now own. His use of space with sounds is probably the best I have ever heard; every single sound has its perfect place in the arrangement, so even if there is a lot going on, it never sounds messy.

Ben Rau

At the moment, I am super into his own releases, but also what he is coming out via his record labels. The cross between minimal and house grooves is so intelligent and inclusive that this kind of tunes can be played pretty much anywhere. I usually have at least one of his records in my bag for every set!

Palms Trax

Currently obsessed with him, still making my way through his flawless catalogue of gems but ‘Sumo Acid Crew’ really blew my mind and it always gets a huge reaction, I can’t listen to it enough. You can tell he uses many analogue synths, which sound so warm and dreamy. I can really connect with the nostalgia and retro feel of his productions, they evoke so many emotions.

She joins Decay Records as they head to fabric on 30th June For their first showcase, they invite Dana Ruh. Decay Records founders Davide Decay and Max also go head-to-head too.

You can grab a ticket here or need a hotel head to booking.com

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

  • 1

You Might also Like