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[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”] BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard returns with his very own ‘Two Three One’ EP on Glasgow Underground. The two-track release, featuring ‘Beat of the Drum’, and lead track ‘Two Three One’, acts as a follow up to his huge Annie Mac supported releases on Food Music (“Holla”/”Work That”) and Toolroom (“Extra Trippy”).
Set for release on 8th September, the EP’s lead track, ‘Two Three One’ offers a real tech-house flavour with perfectly constructed melodies offering a deeper feel, before launching into razor-sharp stabs and a floor-melting breakdown. The second production, ‘Beat of the Drum,’ acts as a club track which represents the vibrancy of Danny’s live sets, taking on a thumping bass line with a rumbling hook adding real depth to the production.
Having carved out a reputation for high intensity hits, R1 tastemaker Danny Howard has clocked up a succession of career-defining gigs, including appearances at both EDC Las Vegas& EDC Mexico, Tomorrowland, and Ministry of Sound to name a few; whilst this summer alone appearing at Creamfields UK, Pacha & Amnesia Ibiza, Hideout Festival in Croatia, and Sziget Festival in Hungary, marking Danny’s most hectic touring schedule yet.
With a slew of further UK dates in the pipeline, including sets at Motion in Bristol, The Albert Hall in Manchester and Switch in Southampton, the Blackpool-born producer has never been more in-demand.
These performances follow his monumental ‘The Following meets Nothing Else Matters’ stage at SW4 this summer, where Danny teamed up with UK trio Disciples to crossover their brands and curate a festival line-up including Erick Morillo, Icarus, Riton, and Sam Divine, at the Clapham event.
Glasgow Underground has earned a reputation as one of the most dynamic leading labels when it comes to unearthing quality house and techno productions, with Danny Howard joining hot talents such as Camelphat, Illyus & Barrientos, The Golden Boy, Kydus, PAX and more in releasing work on the UK label.