Complete your Daniel Bell collection. modificato over 14 years ago riferendosi a The Button Down Mind Of Daniel Bell, CD, Mixed, Tresor 142. I remember when I picked this up the summer it was released, I was completely blown away by the expert combination of minimal house and techno grooves in the hands of Dan Bell. It suddenly didn't matter if it was either genre; the mix simply flowed. The emphasis was on the mood, which echoed of melancholy and longing, but was anchored by langorous rhythms.
B E J Δ1mo ago. How have I only just discovered this mix now? Mario Arndt5y ago. real artist.
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Daniel Bell Presents The Button-Down Mind Strikes Back. Author: Dave Stenton. Publish date: May 5, 2003. Updated on. May 2, 2018. As DBX, Daniel Bell was responsible for a slew of techno classics, most notably, "Losing Control"-released in '94 and still played to this day. The Detroit-based Bell has not just got by on his reputation and zip code since, though: he's released on Elevate and Intuit-Solar, as well as his own understated, but highly-rated, 7th City label.
In 2000, he relocated to Berlin, Germany, and released his first mix CD, The Button-Down Mind of Daniel Bell, on Tresor Records. 2003 brought a follow-up release on Logistic records, The Button-Down Mind Strikes Back and soon after a retrospective was released: Blip, Blurp, Bleep: The Music of Daniel Bell. com/Daniel Bell (musician). Daniel Bell (Australian swimmer).