He discovered the art of mixing records in 1999 and fell in love, became immersed in dance culture and has been tirelessly nurturing a love for the dance floor ever since. Over the years he has refined an emotional approach to his mixing that takes dancers through the wild moods of the dance floor and the genres they love. Daniel has been behind the decks and behind the scenes, designing and performing for events, house parties, festivals, raves and intimate gatherings.
The emotional quality of his DJing, lighting and video work, are akin to his dramatic style, the he has been bringing to the dance floor for over 16 years. His journey has afforded him the privilege to DJ alongside artists such as Stephan Gondin, Honey Dijon, T-1000, Afraka Bambatta, Micro, Randy Boyer, Knowledge, Nicky Twist and more.
Informed by his talents as a DJ, Daniel’s intelligent lighting and visual design garnered many memorable performances alongside acts like Skrillex, Dieselboy, Steve Aoki, AK-1200, Charles Feelgood and Rusko. Large and small Daniel DJ’d, lit up and performed visual arts in arenas nightclubs and private intimate settings until 2015 when a change of pace took over and he signed onto the Table Syndicate team.
Looking at all those events and artists Daniel worked alongside with could not have come about without Daniels start up of Aspect Radio in 2008. Aspect Radio was an independently run online dance music community that encompassed live audio and video broadcasts with roaming satellite events throughout New England. His long standing involvement with the music community led him to the creation of the production company AR Productions in 2010. AR Productions expanded the scope of the Aspect Radio vision and engaged more involved productions.
His love for the live radio format found it’s home again in 2012 when he joined and partnered with Jonathan Santarelli to produce The Audio Spectrum, a weekly show that ran until 2015 featuring live mixes and interviews from DJs from around New England and periodic national talent. The free time around DJing and event production work went to interviewing DJs, weekly mixes for the show and a much loved residency at the renowned after hours nightclub in Boston, RISE.
Over the years, Daniel Sevelt has been an active participant in the LGBT community and through his residences at gay clubs and other event performances. His sets have invoked an unmistakable spirit of Pride that has seen gay dance floors around New England and even gotten blasted twice from his booth atop a float to the streets in the Boston Pride Parade.