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Artist Info


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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Detboi is a producer/DJ from Dublin who started cutting his production teeth in the early 00's as the Xerox Soundsystem with his production buddy Speakertreatz, making cheeky cut ups and bootlegs, gaining props from MTV, Erol Alkan and Soulwax.

Since his first EP dropped In 2008 (‘Hold Up’) he has gained praise from the major players of the scene including Hervé/Sinden/Annie Mac and Crookers and in 2008 Detboi signed to Skint records releasing the widely acclaimed ‘Come Rest Up / Jump Up & Dow’n EP, appearing on the Count & Sinden Essential mix and Tommie Sunshines ‘Relax, This Won't Hurt’ mix series.

Detboi also contributed to Hervé’s 'Machines Dont Care' collaboration project producing with Hervé, Sinden and Trevor Loveys. Swiftly signing to Cheap Thrills Records and going on to remix for labels such as Southern Fried, Skint and Epitaph, whilst also doing a highly acclaimed “In New DJs We Trust’ mix for BBC Radio 1.

Key club dates followed in Fabric and Ibiza (Eden) and after a blazing tour of Australia In 2009, he released his first Cheap Thrills EP 'Y’all Want Mo', which again gained a lot of support from international DJs Like Crookers, Don Rimini, Zinc, Foamo, Don Diablo, His Majesty Andre, Plump DJs, Fake Blood, Annie Mac to name a few.

After an incredible tour of Japan, which seen Detboi play 4 cities in 5 nights. He came back refreshed and inspired to complete his first studio album ‘Curse Of The Voodoo Drums’. A nine track LP which will bring the house down in 2010.
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