dainty doll

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Since the age of 17, Danish DJ and producer Dainty Doll has been producing electronic music. While her original productions have emphasis on house and techno, her DJ crate varies from tech house to heavy tech and progressive house.

Dainty Doll’s status quickly rose across Europe with her hit remix of “Police Bells & Church Sirens”, a track originally from one of Denmark’s biggest electronic rock bands called Nephew.

With Bosphorus as one of Dainty Doll’s main labels at the onslaught of her career, she released her first 2 EP’s, “Boom Box” (which was shortly followed by a stellar remix from Mario Miranda), and “Uncensored”, which put her on the map after only 24 hours, as this release immediately saw 2 of the 3 tracks enter the Label’s top 10 chart, as well as the Beatport Top 100 Tech House chart. “My Girl Friends Are Very Sexy” was nearly impossible to bump off, thereby earning the attention of the larger labels and artists.

John Acquaviva then discovered Dainty Doll in 2010 and released her 2 track EP “Candy Kiss” on his imprint Definitive Recordings in March 2011. The following month 303Lovers signed her track “Wasted Youth” and released it on their “Techno” compilation, alongside such prolific names as Umek, Alex Kenji, Richard Dinsdale, and Luigi Rocca. “Wasted Youth” shot to #24 on the Beatport Top 100 Techno Chart within days, as well as #8 on 303Lover’s overall downloads, proving she is quickly becoming the one to watch and pay attention to.

With a tight DJ schedule and many more productions to come, 2011 is a promising year for the talented young Dainty Doll.