DBN consists of Djani, Patrick and Tobias. They found each other in 2005 without looking for each other. This was meant to be. They had a great chemistry, everybody got along well and most of all, everybody had fun. Although their intentions were completely different: They just wanted to re-invent House Music as it had become a little boring during the first years of our millenium.

The clubs'
dancefloors are
already being
controlled by them

Their first Remix for John Dahlback's “Everywhere“ already hit the scene like Mike Tyson. With their single “The Nighttrain” which gained them at least as much attention, they not only defined their inspiring trademark sound, but they were also able to put themselves on the electronic music's map and in the crates of almost every DJ.

It is no miracle that their big colleagues wanted to have that ground-breaking DBN sound; among them: Avicii, Nicky Romero, Sebastian Ingrosso, EDX, Eddie Thoneick, Roger Sanchez, Bob Sinclar, Erick Morillo, Dirty South, Steve Angello, Laidback Luke, Wippenberg, Norman Doray, Nalin & Kane, Cosmic Gate, ATB and also pop acts such as Ich & Ich, Medina or 2raumwohnung. DBN were exactly where they wanted to be but they remained and still are hungry.

In 2009 their single “Asteroidz” was released on Yoshitoshi Recordings. DBN signed with WePLAY Management as first act. The wheel kept spinning faster than a record at 45 rpm. “Stars” and most notably “Jack Is Back” followed and went straight to the top of the German Dance Charts. The next single “My Belief” - a cooperation with Syke'n'Sugar and Cosmo Klein – and “Chicago” reached the pole position. DBN scaled the throne and became DDC#1 Single Act National 2010.

But resting on their laurels is not their thing. In 2012 they debuted at Mayday. The DBN family's latest baby is their own label “RUN DBN Records”. DBN's journey has just begun. Their aim is not world supremacy but who knows: The clubs' dancefloors are already being controlled by them – and now all doors are open.

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DBN about the RMX-80 DIGITAL:

In our opinion, the price for such a product is more than just fair and we really can see ourselves using this mixer. It is definitely an alternative compared to other manufacturers, especially as it is affordable for private users as well as clubs. Moreover, besides the standard functions it also offers new features. So, all in all, thumbs up for the Reloop RMX-80 Digital!

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