Dave Seaman is a British DJ and record producer who knows from an early age that music would be the rhythm of his life.
He started playing in his school’s club and, a few years later, ended up remixing songs for U2, Michael Jackson and David Bowie. In the meantime, he seized an opportunity to be editor at MixMag and created his band with his friend Steve Anderson. Their duo Brothers in Rhythm led them to the creation of the hit “Such a good feeling”.
Also, he founded his own label Stress Records who highlight some artists such as Danny Tenaglia, Sasha, John Digweed etc. At the same time, he was the head of Audio Therapy.
Today, he continues to create songs and to represent artists. He is the co-owner of the label Selador Recording founded with his friend Steve Parry.