From his early days as a club DJ in the UK and Ibiza, Sundance has always looked to be a pioneer and innovator. Never following trends, but instead evolving with the times and pushing music forward, he’s always looking to take his remixes in unexpected directions and breathe a fresh vibe into whatever track he’s working on.
It’s been a busy couple of years for this highly prolific remixer, producer, DJ and artist. In 2014 Sundance first gained worldwide attention and praise for his infectious reworking of Tears For Fears 1982 international smash hit ‘Pale Shelter’. More remixes soon followed for Gary Numan, Linkin Park and Dragonette amongst others.
His first original release ‘Solar Plexus’ from the upcoming ‘Chakras’ EP, gained worldwide exposure and support from DJ’s from as far afield as Miami, NY, LA, Las Vegas, the UK, Europe, Japan, Australia and beyond! His follow-up single ‘Feel So High’ was also met with rave reviews by DJ’s across the globe and in 2015 he set the reggae world on fire with his outstanding remix of ‘Tenement Yard (News Carryin’ Dread)’ by Inner Circle feauring Chronixx. The track gained huge worldwide exposure and support through Inner Circle’s social media sites and was featured by blogs such as the Digital DJ Pool who said “The beauty of a riddim is seeing what different artists do with the same set of sounds. It can end up sounding like a totally different song in the right, or wrong, hands. Producer and remixer, Sundance, happens to possess the right ones.” The track went on to top the Digital DJ Pool Reggae chart for a staggering four weeks!
A remix for David Guetta and Nicki Minaj’s track ‘Hey Mama’ soon followed and blew up the interwebs when Sundance bestowed the track with a cool, laid-back soulful vibe which helped the track top the Digital DJ Pool ‘Soulful House’ chart for a second straight four weeks! Next up was his banging remix of Major Lazer’s ‘Too Original’ featuring Elliphant & Jovi Rockwell and then back to his old skool roots for a monster up-to-date Trap House remix of Simon Harris’ 1988 classic number one hit ‘Bass: How Low Can You Go?’ featuring Chuck D from Public Enemy.