Daniel Bolinger – part of Dry & Bolinger – has already cut his reputations as a individual talent in the music production game – but it was a collaborative meeting and union of two artistic and technical minds that conceived Dry & Bolinger as we know them today. Fading the lines between House in its deeper and technical formats with splashes of Nu-Disco and Indie Dance – the pair have developed a signature sound that’s drawing attention from a global audience and a horde of world-crushing record labels and some of the most selective DJs in the game.
With just a couple of years of releases behind them, Dry & Bolinger are already a force to be reckoned with both in the studio and behind the decks. With their first release under the moniker soaring into the Beatport Top 10, it was obvious that this was a project more than worth chasing on a longer term. ‘Say What’ on Mother Recordings (Berlin) was received on a global scale and set the bar high for what was to follow from this highly skilled duo. A burning ambition for pristine bass, soul-infused grooves and pure clarity in electronic music helped steer Dry & Bolinger into a class of their own. The attention to detail, life and personality in their production has caught the attention of the purest of electronic music fans and with releases over the last couple of years on a collective of the most selective record labels in this business – it’s clear to see that people get the Dry & Bolinger spirit.
With the likes of Pete Tong, Bob Sinclar, Purple Disco Machine, Mihai Popoviciu, Copyright, Sam Divine, Alle Farben and many more lining up to spin the sounds of these two versatile talents – there’s a buzz in the air about every release that holds the stamp of Dry & Bolinger. With 2015 looking like the busiest year to date – a new batch of releases are penned in to light up the spring and summer and with the likes of Mother Recordings, Kittball Records, Milk & Sugar Recordings, King Street Sounds and Emma Music already on their classy discography – we’re expecting nothing less than the very best imprints in the business to be behind the future of Dry & Bolinger as their story grows into a new year.