The Disco Fries
The Disco Fries are an American production duo, consisting of Nick Ditri and Danny Boselovic.
In late Fall of 2007, the duo started making music together as roommates at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. From the beginning, Nick & Danny have consistently blurred the lines between genres and managed to create a unique balance between big-room classical melodies and their signature blown out basslines. Their music has been supported by some of the biggest names in EDM such as Tiesto, Hardwell, Afrojack, Steve Aoki, and R3hab. Their presence in the blogosphere is equally as impressive with features in Dancing Astronaut, This Song Is Sick, & Gotta Dance Dirty. Additionally, the duo has hit the Hypem Popular Chart #1 spot multiple times with both their original productions and remixes.
2013 was a big year for the Disco Fries, which began by being named one of VIBE Magazine’s “30 DJs to Watch in 2013.” Their buzz continued to grow when they released their track, “Lose It,” which was premiered by Tiesto during his set at Electric Zoo in NYC. His support led to a working relationship that flourished through the latter part of the year, culminating in their first official collaboration, “iTrance.” Released in October of 2013 in celebration of Tiesto receiving the DJ Mag & KLM DJ Legend Award, the free download saw critical acclaim, was supported by Above & Beyond, and was embraced by fans old and new. Following the success of “iTrance,” the Fries released their first track on Tiesto’s Musical Freedom, “Philtrum.” Applauded for its creative and unique sound, the record cemented the duo’s position as a production powerhouse who isn’t afraid to think outside of the box.
Not content with just releasing their own music, the Disco Fries started their own imprint, “Liftoff Recordings,” to nuture up-and-coming talent, giving them a platform to grow. With only a few releases under its belt, the young label has been well received and continues to grow in support with each new record. To reinforce the label’s vision, the Fries launched their monthly “Liftoff Radio” show to highlight this young talent.
With scheduled releases in 2014 on Zouk, Musical Freedom, and Ultra, the Disco Fries are making the music they want to make and the world seems to be taking note.
“We’re always looking to push ourselves to explore new sounds. We want to keep making music that we enjoy sharing with people and people enjoy hearing. The party never ends for us.” – The Disco Fries