DJ Daniele Danieli from Chunga Studio is very much addicted to every kind of music: he does not only make house music and commercial music, but is also a very successful producer of dance music. He has worked all over Italy, but it is in Chunga Studio in Veniice where he has laid down such important productions as "La danse d'Hélène" by Real Joy, a track that peaked at number 1 in Canada and entered the top ten in France.
In 1999 he met Mistericky, a musician from Venice who is mainly into house and dance music, and with whom DJ Danieli first produced "TU... dandabadam." That song became very popular on Italian dance floors. One year later they produced "Amici Ahrarara," performed by "I Fichi d'India," and remade "Azzurro," performed by Fiorello.
One night, he dreamed of a man grabbing a broom and pronouncing the strange word "Gheroppa," which reminded him of the James Brown song "Sex Machine." He decided to produce a dance version of that song he called Tony Sweat (Sex Machine... Gheropppaaa), which became a hit in Spain and France. At this point, he produced "Gloria", the second part of "TU... dandabadam," making it into the charts in Spain and Austria.
In the summer of 2001 he started working on a new project called M@D. The first record was a real celebration of joy that immediately climbed in the Italian radio dance charts. In 2004 he produced M@D – The Concert, based on the song "Seven Nation Army" from The White Stripes. All of a sudden everyone started singing Po-po-po-po-po-po-poo, and when Italy won the Fifa world cup in 2006 "The Concert" became the official anthem.
DJ Daniele Danieli swears by the pair of
he has in his Chunga Studio:
"I chose the EVE Audio SC407s due to their incredibly precise and clear sound reproduction, accurate separation of the different frequency ranges and perfect stereo imaging. The speakers' four ways allow me hear every single detail and it's a real treat to use them everyday."