From early hip hop, disco, funk and soul to alternative and new wave, these influences all contribute to David Berrie’s grounded yet obscure vision of house music today.
Born in NJ, raised in NYC, the melting pot of the city’s nightlife and culture formed the foundation of David’s understanding.
Growing up sneaking into NYC clubs at 16 and starting his DJ career at the age of 18, David found himself working the main club circuit playing everything from hip hop, disco, funk, soul to alternative and new wave.
With a distinctive deejaying and production style, Berrie draws heavily on both tech and progressive house influences. His recent debut release, “Underslang”, reached #25 on the Beatport Top 100 and #3 on Beatport’s Tech House chart.
Upcoming releases on Ultra Records, Nervous Records, and Starter Records look to add to the considerable buzz Berrie has generated on house blogs around the globe. Remixes of Chris Brown’s “Yeah 3X”, released by Jive Records, and Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep”, both produced under the moniker dBerrie, have become staples of deejays’ sets worldwide.
David Berrie continues to tour globally, holding residencies at Pacha (New York), Liv (Miami), Glow (DC), and Playhouse (Los Angeles). He has performed at a bevy of international festivals including Planetlove WKD Festival (Ireland) and Umagination (Croatia) and has headlined Dayglow throughout the United States.
This diverse experience had a big influence on David and all contribute to his grounded yet obscure vision of house and techno today.