Biography

Biography

  • March 20, 2019

Deepside Deejays is a Romanian band formed in 2008. They were among the first Romanian house music projects that along with David Deejay and Inna invented and sustained the “popcorn” style phenomenon .

Even from the kick-off, their music was the result of a vast behind the scenes experience, as song writers and music producers and even as performers in past projects. So Deepside Deejays wasn’t about to be a one-hit wonder, it was created for the long run with a strategy that relied solely on music. They put their money where their mouth was and they came up with an original sound that took the music industry by surprise.

With a classical education given by the finest Music Universities in the country, Silviu Paduraru (Dave Pryce),founder of Deepside Deejays  had a deep understanding of music that was completed, after many years of studio experience, by the always-necessary know-how.

in the first 6 years since Deepside Deejays were founded, they have released 50 remixes (of big-name tracks like Thomas Gold, Martin Solveig, John Dahlback, Ian Carey, Soul Avengerz, The Good Guys and many more) and 21 original tracks, achieving commercial success even from their first single. “Beautiful Days” was a hit  both nationally and internationally, in countries such as India, Dubai, Egypt, or Morocco. It peaked at No. 1 position in Poland, Morocco, India, Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Malta, reached top ten in Sweden, Norway and reached top 20 in French and German dance charts. 

2009 was a busy year for the guys! They won Toolroom Records’ remix competition and in May they were declared the “Grand Final Winners” in a competition put together by FOEM and Martin Solveig. The winning remix was announced by Martin Solveig himself, during the INOX Festival in France, on 17th of May.

In 2010 one of the most famous DJs worldwide, Tiesto, gets familiar with their remix for “Don`t Say it`s Over” (of the Romanian artist Alex Velea), and decides to include this remix both in his radio show “Elements of Life” and in his live acts, contributing to their career`s rising and success.

The best was yet to come: 2011 brought their biggest commercial success – Never Be Alone. The track peaked no. 1 in Russia & CSI, Spain, Morocco, Turkey, Tunisia, Cyprus and many more, and last but not least, in their home country, Romania.

It was an instant hit, and became their signature song worldwide. It also confirmed the guys’ philosophy, that the most powerful tool is their music, which will always speak for itself.

Later that year they launched a follow-up track, Stay with me tonight, which hit a more romantic note than any of their other songs, telling the everyday story of a (fictional) couple played by Romanian actors Andrei Rosu and Ada Condeescu.

In 2012 Deepside Deejays released Look into my eyes with a summer-ish video that was shot in Antalya, Turkey.

In 2013 the guys released two featuring tracks: Million miles away alongside Caribbean rapper Dollarman and The road back home that featured the vocals of life long friend, Vicky Red.

In early 2014 they delivered “In my heart” that was followed by Highways, their latest track and their first released under Metropolitan Records, their own label.

In 2015, Deepside Deejays represent Romania at the Eurovision Song Contest as music producers and composers alongside the band Voltaj.

2016 and 2017  were great years for colaborations! so they released “Maybe Tonight” and “Sing it back” alongside Dael Damsa.  ‘LOVE ON U” was a great success and a very good colaboration with Andy Leon.

2018 – they remixed Faydee   “More” (alongside Blackjack)- great club success 

Also in this year Deepside Deejays  changed the band’s formula and released “TU M’AS PROMIS” Alongside  Nadir   , one of the best artist and voice from Romania and internationally known for his  hits “Vita Bella” and “Ecoute” alongside Havana and Alexandra Stan”

2019 – “Maya” 


   Awards 

 – Best DJ Award at Romanian Music Awards

–  Best Featuring at Romanian Music Awards 

 – Best Dance Project at Night.ro Awards

 – Best Dance Song at Romanian Music Awards

 – Best Dance Song in Russia at Europa Plus Music Awards

–  Best Romanian Music Artist – Enmoda Magazine – Cyprus

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