Music maturity came swiftly for Danny MacDonald, better known as Dmak. At the age of 26, the Canadian has big dreams and an everlasting imprint on EDM. In 2012 Dmak started his music journey by playing at small parties and gatherings, by 2014 he wanted to go deeper and started producing “Dance Music” In early 2014 he made a bootleg of John Newmans track “Love Me Again” The track blew up and sent Dmak’s journey further than he expected. In early 2015 he signed his first original track “We Party Hard” to a label known as Sunsesive Records and started his own radio show “Dmak Radio Show” where he showcases his own tracks along with new upcoming talent, from this point on Dmak has grown an impressive fan base and is getting regular weekly gigs. Besides showcasing his talents for major artists worldwide, and proving himself not only in the studio, but also behind the decks, we can be assured that the Dmak name, face, and brand is a force that will drive electronic dance music for years to come.
Dmak newest release shows the artist stepping away from tropical house into a more energetic and darker direction, big room techno. Thumping bassline and fast-paced drum and synth patterns litter the track from the outset and throughout, resulting in a climactic drop which would have any dance floor fist-pumping.
“Move It Down” concocting an overwhelming mix of mainstage and techno sounds with Dmak signature rave-ready approach. Already receiving a good amount of traction on Spotify, the song excels with hard kicks, minimalistic synths and euphoric buildups, underlining the mastery of the Canadian artist, always able to take his productional expertise to the next level. Catch this powerful DJ weapon now, as it’s out on Dmak’s very own MAK Recordings.