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DC Breaks

DC Breaks

DC Breaks


DC Breaks are a British drum and bass production duo made up of Dan Havers and Chris Page. Founded in 2004, they first released on DJ Kid's label Restless Natives, receiving enormous support for their fresh talent from Knowledge Mag and 1Xtra, as well as the likes of Bryan Gee, Kenny Ken & Mace, Peshay and Andy C. In 2010, they signed a record deal with Ram Records (UK), run by the renowned DJ Andy C and are currently writing their debut album. DC Breaks appear on BBC Radio 1Xtra's Drum n Bass mix show for Crissy Criss and DJ Bailey. Read more on Last.fm
DC Breaks are a British drum and bass production duo made up of Dan Havers and Chris Page. Founded in 2004, they first released on DJ Kid's label Restless Natives, receiving enormous support for their fresh talent from Knowledge Mag and 1Xtra, as well as the likes of Bryan Gee, Kenny Ken & Mace, Peshay and Andy C. In 2010, they signed a record deal with Ram Records (UK), run by the renowned DJ Andy C and are currently writing their debut album. DC Breaks appear on BBC Radio 1Xtra's Drum n Bass mix show for Crissy Criss and DJ Bailey. They released their first EP on Viper Recordings in May 2010, which included their most recognisable track to date Halo, and also had their tracks featured on Andy C's compilation Nightlife 4 (2008) and 5 (2010), and Futurebound's compilation 'Acts of Madmen' (2009). They have performed numerous remixes for Universal Music, Sony Records, Rough Trade Records, Ministry of Sound, Island Records, EMI and All Around the World Productions, including artists such as Tinie Tempah, I Blame Coco, Paloma Faith, Example, Esmée Denters and Rox.

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