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From back to back tours of Argentina, to shows across India and a regular rocking of Europe, including Germany, Holland, Kiev, France, Malta and of course England most notably the Bedrock Records Easter Party, Dale Middleton has become one of the chief names emerging from the electronic music scene. His unique blend of melodic house and techno has seen releases on the highest profile labels around such as Global Underground, Sudbeat, Parquet, Plattenbank and now on his own imprint Tarnished Tracks. This has transpired to Dale’s music being played all over the world, including Pete Tongs Essential Selection on BBC Radio 1, with constant support from some of the biggest names in the industry, such as Solomun, John Digweed, Sasha, Hernan Cattaneo, Nick Warren, Petar Dundov, Guy J and many more. As an established artist Middleton’s own mixes are in regular demand for guest slots on radio around the world.
In his early days Middleton began to develop his own musical taste, playing house parties and events for his friends. However after hearing tracks on labels such as Bedrock and Renaissance, and with DJ’s such as Digweed, Sasha, Cattaneo, Tenaglia and Cox all catching his ear, his musical direction began to develop into what he is known for today. Dale has now formed his own style, instantly recognisable for its strong melodies and enriching bass lines. Whether it’s progressive, melodic, or driving techno, Middleton effortlessly blends between genres, not only during DJ sets but also within his productions.
Dale is continually gaining new fans through hosting his monthly show Subsidence Sounds, which is broadcast worldwide on Frisky Radio every 3rd Tuesday of the month; this being a fantastic platform to showcase his music to a welcoming crowd of followers.
Now in 2017 with enormous hype from the world’s biggest DJ’s and labels fighting to snap up his latest tracks, Dale is undoubtedly one of the underground stars of Electronic Music.