John Dahlback
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John Dahlback
John Dahlbäck
Hug, Huggotron, Jetboy of Beckster, Kaliber
Born 1985
Stockholm, Sweden
Origin Sweden
Genres House
Tech house
Progressive house[1]
Electro house
Future house
2002-present
Labels Pickadoll Records
Mutants Records
Dim Mak Records
Armada Music
Wall Recordings
Jesper Dahlbäck / Hugg & Pepp / Pepp & Kaliber / Brohug

John Dahlbäck (born 1985) is a Swedish house music producer and DJ.[2] He has released five albums and uses a variety of stage names.[3] He has also collaborated with his cousin Jesper Dahlbäck in duo musical projects under the name Hugg & Pepp and Pepp & Kaliber.

Musical career

Dahlbäck is also the owner of Pickadoll Records as well as Mutants Records, with releases by, apart from his own work, artists like Sébastien Léger and Dada Life on Pickadoll,[4] and Lunde Bros, Albin Myers and others on Mutants.[5] He has recorded minimal techno under the alias Hug[6] and as Hugg&Pepp together with his cousin and fellow producer Jesper Dahlbäck.[7]Remixes include Kleerup's "Longing for Lullabies" and Alanis Morissette's "Underneath".[8]

He made an appearance with a set on Pete Tong's The Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1 on 4 October 2008.[9]

Dahlbäck's first artist album Mutants was released in May 2010 and had various releases on labels such as Dim Mak, Spinnin, Big Beat, Mix Mash, Tool Room and Ultra Records

Discography

Albums

  • 2005: Shades of Shadow
  • 2005: Man From the Fall
  • 2006: At The Gun Show
  • 2008: Winners & Fools
  • 2010: Mutants
  • 2012: Kill The Silence (as Demure) [free download]
  • 2016: Saga
Compilations
  • 2005: Warsteiner Club World Club And Lounge vol.1
  • 2007: Pickadoll's
  • 2007: Mar T, Les Schmitz, John Dahlback: Amnesia Ibiza The Best Global Club
  • 2009: Clubbers Guide Ibiza '09
  • 2009: Greatest Hug's
  • 2010: Mutants
  • 2012: Toolroom Knights (Mixed By John Dahlbäck)

Singles

Year Single Peak positions Album
BEL
(Vl)
[10]
NED SPN
2006 "Late Night Worries"
"Power 1"
"The Call"
2007 "Blink" 14
(Ultratop)
 -  -
2008 "Pyramid" 33
(Ultratop)
26  -
2009 "Out There"
(featuring Basto!)
6
(Ultratip)
 -  -
"Autumn" 11
(Ultratip)
 -  -
2011 "Is This For Love"[11]
(credited as Kaliber featuring Elodie)
 -  - 20 Mutants
2012 "Start Lovin' You" 99
(Ultratip)
 -  -
"Senses"  -  -  -

References

  1. ^ "SLAM presents John Dahlback, Lunde Bros and more". Skiddle. 14 August 2014. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ Theakston, Rob. "John Dahlbäck | Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ "John Dahlbäck". Discogs. Retrieved . 
  4. ^ "Pickadoll Records". Discogs. Retrieved . 
  5. ^ "John Dahlbäck's official website". Archived from the original on 2008-06-12. Retrieved . 
  6. ^ Segal, Dave (2007-02-20). "Data Breaker (Electronic Music Reviews)". The Stranger. Retrieved . 
  7. ^ "Discography on John Dahlbäck's official website". Archived from the original on 2008-08-21. Retrieved . 
  8. ^ "DJ Dahlbäck - från Ibiza till Spegelsalen (Swedish)". Retrieved . [dead link]
  9. ^ "BBC Radio 1". Retrieved . 
  10. ^ "JOHN DAHLBÄCK ultratop (vlaanderen)". [dead link]
  11. ^ DanishCharts.com Kaliber featuring Elodie - "Is This For Love" page

External links


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